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The Art and Science of Data Visualization Part 6 – Deducer

In this video, Dr. Dakshinamurthy Kolluru, explains how to create multi-layered graphs using deducer.

Deducer is a free, easy to use graphical user interface for R which can be used to generate and visualize data. Those who have little to no prior experience with data analysis, but want to conduct basic investigations with minimal hassle can use this tool. Deducer can be a time saving tool, allowing one to replace many lines of programming with a few mouse clicks.

Other posts of the series

  1. The Art and Science of Data Visualization Part 1 - Introduction to Data Visualization
  2. The Art and Science of Data Visualization Part 2 - Two Dimensional Graphs with One Variable
  3. The Art and Science of Data Visualization Part 3 - Box Line and Scatter Plots with Two Variables
  4. The Art and Science of Data Visualization Part 4 - Mapping Multidimensional Data Using 2D Graphs
  5. The Art and Science of Data Visualization Part 5 - Introduction to R & RStudio
  6. The Art and Science of Data Visualization Part 6 - Deducer
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