PaletteR, the package that allows you to create an optimized palette from an image, has been staying around for nearly two years, and #rstats users have made a lot of great stuff with it. I had therefore took the time to collect what I have found around the web, just to celebrate this beauty. You can find them below in a slideshow.
add your own masterpiece
Adding what you have created with PaletteR is quite straightforward:
- go to the pubblic repository of my blog : https://github.com/AndreaCirilloAC/acsblog
- locate the rmarkdown code used to produce the slideshow: https://github.com/AndreaCirilloAC/acsblog/tree/master/static/slides
- create a pull request including a new chunk of code with your creation, following the scheme below.
Your chunk should have the following structure:
The chunk should moreover be added at the end of the currend file, but before the final slide inviting people to use paletteR.
If you need more info about how to obtain a code to embeed your post please visit the official Twitter help page on the topic: https://help.twitter.com/en/using-twitter/how-to-embed-a-tweet
discover more about paletteR
If you would rather like to understand better what paletteR is and how it could help you in your dataviz tasks, all you have to do is to visit the previous post about how to use PaletteR to automagically build palettes from pictures.
Have fun with paletteR!