This week I want to run down the small tools I use for visualization. We know about R, D3.js, and Adobe Illustrator, but these tools are built to provide a lot of flexibility. I’m talking about the unitaskers that do one or a few things really well or the packages and add-ons that make the above run more efficiently.
So I’ll look through the past year or so of projects, and we’ll see what pops up.
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