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R Consortium Proposal Accepted!

Today I am happy to announce that my proposal to the R Consortium was accepted! I first announced that I was submitting a proposal back in March. As a reminder, the proposal has two distinct parts: Creating a guide to working with US Census data in R. Creating an R Consortium Working Group focused on […]

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New Version of ggplot2

I just received a note from Hadley Wickham that a new version of ggplot2 is scheduled to be submitted to CRAN on June 25. Here’s what choroplethr users need to know about this new version of ggplot2. Choroplethr Update Required The new version of ggplot2 introduces bugs into choroplethr. In particular, choroplethr does not pass […]

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My Proposal to the R Consortium

I recently submitted a Proposal to the R Consortium. I decided to share this proposal on my blog for two reasons: To raise awareness of an opportunity I see in the R ecosystem. To raise awareness of the R Consortium as a funding source for R projects. I first learned about the R Consortium when […]

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Update: “Difficult to Reproduce Choroplethr Bug” Isolated and Fixed

Yesterday I wrote that I’ve received a number of choroplethr bug reports recently that I simply cannot reproduce. Due to a large number of people replying with their system information, along with whether or not they were able to reproduce the bug, I was able to track it down. Thank you to everyone who helped! […]

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Difficult to Reproduce Choroplethr Bug: Can You Help?

Since November 2017 I have received three bug reports from users who see this error when running any command in the choroplethr package: Theme element panel.border missing   Error in if (theme$panel.ontop) { : argument is of length zero Normally when someone reports a choroplethr bug that I cannot reproduce I recommend they do the following: Update to the latest version of R and RStudio. Type […]

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