This Week’s Widget - parsetR
As far as I know,
ggparallel is the only way to make Robert Kosara’s parallel sets in
ggparallel does a very nice job, this ridiculously amazing interactive
d3.js parallel sets implementation by Jason Davies needs a
d3-parsets, wrapping it as an
htmlwidget can be very quick and straightforward. In this case, I was able to achieve a working implementation in two hours documented on Twitter. Of course for a
htmlwidget to be really good and worthwhile to the
R community, a lot of time still should be spent on documentation, examples, and testing to satisfy the “What Makes a Good htmlwidget” checklist.
Examples + Vignette
d3.js parallel sets from
R is now as simple as this.
I’ll iframe the vignette below for more examples. If it doesn’t look good/right, then here is the direct link. I highly encourage clicking, playing, and exploring the interactivity in these examples.
As always, thanks to
- Ramnath Vaidyanathan and RStudio for
- all the contributors to