htmlwidgets News This Week
Yay, it appears a gallery is now in the works. Until its release though, for all the newest and updated
htmlwidgets, just do this Github search, and you’ll quickly get up to date.
This Week’s Widget -
Published in BRIEFINGS IN BIOINFORMATICS
Krzywinski M, Birol I, Jones S, Marra M (2011). Hive Plots — Rational Approach to Visualizing Networks. Briefings in Bioinformatics (early access 9 December 2011, doi: 10.1093/bib/bbr069). (download citation)
Hive plots are beautiful on their own, but they also serve a purpose to help visualize complex networks, or tame the network hairball (for more, see Lynn Cherny’s presentation).
R already has the very good, well-documented
HiveR from Bryan Hanson. So, this week’s
d3hiveR has a strong headstart on the
- Hive Plots by Mike Bostock
- Hive Plot Links by Mike Bostock
- Hive Plot Demo Rework by Rich Morin
- Hive Plot for Student Systems by Sara Quiqley
- Hive Plot Areas by Mike Bostock
Thanks to all of the above for all their work on hive plots.
More Unfinished Than Any Other
All of the widgets created here should be considered unfinished, but this one is particulary undone, and the gaps are obvious. I would love some help.
d3hiveR is not yet on CRAN and won’t be unless someone asks, so for now please install with
HiveR, so you can just feed it a
# devtools::install_github("timelyportfolio/d3hiveR") library(HiveR) library(d3hiveR) d3hive( ranHiveData( nx = 5, ne = 1000, ns = c(1,3,8) ) )
Thanks so much to Martin Krzywinski, Bryan Hanson, Mike Bostock, Rich Morin, and Sara Quiqley all cited above.
As always, thanks to
- Ramnath Vaidyanathan and RStudio for
- all the contributors to