Enhancing Figures: ggplot2 to Adobe Illustrator

Simon Tye, PhD student
Siepielski Lab, University of Arkansas


Many graduate students use the open-source programming language R to compile, examine, and visualize data. For visualizations, online resources (e.g., R Cookbook) and major R packages (e.g., ggplot2, lattice, leaflet, plotly) are often the first steps taken. While these packages allow users to create a wide variety of captivating figures, it may be cumbersome to write code that performs the required task within a specific package’s framework.

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