Join us at rstudio::conf(2022) to sharpen your R skills.
| July 25-28th in D.C.
July 25-28th in D.C.
7/25 - 7/28 in D.C.
The premier IDE for R
RStudio anywhere using a web browser
Put Shiny applications online
Shiny, R Markdown, Tidyverse and more
Next level training for you and your team
Do, share, teach and learn data science
An easy way to access R packages
Let us host your Shiny applications
A single home for R & Python Data Science Teams
Scale, develop, and collaborate across R & Python
Easily share your insights
Control and distribute packages
RStudio Public Package Manager
RStudio Package Manager
Reporting on and visualising the pandemic
January 21, 2021
John will discuss the lessons he's learned reporting on and visualising the pandemic, including the world of difference between making charts for a technical audience and making charts for a mass audience. You'll learn from his experience navigating the highly personal and political context within which people consume and evaluate graphics and data, and how that can help us better design and communicate with visualisations down the pipeline for the future.
John Burn-Murdoch Q&A 1
John Burn-Murdoch Q&A 2
John Burn-Murdoch is the Financial Times’ senior data visualisation journalist, and creator of the FT’s coronavirus trajectory tracker charts. He has been leading the FT’s data-driven coverage of the pandemic, exploring its impacts on health, the economy and wider society. When pandemics are not happening, he also uses data and graphics to tell stories on topics including politics, economics, climate change and sport, and is a visiting lecturer at the London School of Economics.