Exploring data by basic visualization

In the first part of this chapter, we covered some functions in R to perform exploratory data analysis. However, as you will have noticed, we did not cover the graphic mode topic. Graphical analysis is very important because most people understand information better with the help of a layout display.

It is important to differentiate between exploratory and final visualizations. The first ones are usually simple graphics and are made very quickly. Generally, they are created for our own understanding about information. On the other hand, the final visualizations are those that are constructed for presentation and thus take much more work and details

For exploratory visualizations, the base module of R is usually ...

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