A common use of R is to use several visualizations, which are available depending on the underlying data. In this section, we will go over some of them to see how R interacts with Jupyter.
One of the packages available for 3D graphics is
persp package draws perspective plots over a 2D space.
We can enter a basic
persp command in a new notebook and have something like this:
Once we run the step (Cell | Run All), we can see the display in the following screenshot. The first part is the script involved to generate the graphic (this is part of the example code):
Then we see the following ...