While working on fast output of images for the foist package, I realised the GIF format was simple enough to write quickly, so I worked on an R implementation of a GIF image writer, before translating to C++ for speed.
I’m working on a project which writes information to matrices that I then want to output to images to manipulate further - e.g. turn into gif animations, or pick out good images for display.
Living in Australia, I sometimes feel I’m not on twitter when all the #rstats action is happening.
A current project generates 100s (even 1000s) of matrices which I’d like to view outside of R i.e. I’d like to save all these matrices as image files and then process them with other tools.
ggthreed now includes a
stat_anaglyph() for creating red/blue anaglyph plots.
Emil Hvitfeldt wondered on twitter whether there was a convenient way to blur points in ggplot.
analemmatic package creates analemmatic sundials.