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 en:learning:schools:s01:code-examples:ba-ce-09-04 [2015/09/22 16:20]127.0.0.1 external edit en:learning:schools:s01:code-examples:ba-ce-09-04 [2017/10/30 10:33] (current)aziegler 2017/10/30 10:33 aziegler 2015/09/22 16:20 external edit 2017/10/30 10:33 aziegler 2015/09/22 16:20 external edit Line 5: Line 5: ===== Example: xy plot ===== ===== Example: xy plot ===== - <​html><​a href="​https://​www.flickr.com/​photos/​environmentalinformatics-marburg/​11993158656"​ title="​Temperature makes days longer? by Environmental Informatics Marburg, on Flickr"><​img src="​https://​farm4.staticflickr.com/​3718/​11993158656_d4664b4663.jpg" width="​400"​ height="​400"​ alt="​Temperature makes days longer?">​ + {{ :en:​learning:​schools:​s01:​code-examples:​11993158656_d4664b4663.jpg ​|}} Be careful with interpretations and keep in mind that the x-axis generally shows the independent variable while the dependent variable is on the y-axis (and thanks to RR for the idea)! Be careful with interpretations and keep in mind that the x-axis generally shows the independent variable while the dependent variable is on the y-axis (and thanks to RR for the idea)! Line 12: Line 12: ===== Example: data visualization with color ===== ===== Example: data visualization with color ===== - <​html><​a href="​https://​www.flickr.com/​photos/​environmentalinformatics-marburg/​11981079125"​ title="​unnamed-chunk-16.jpg by Environmental Informatics Marburg, on Flickr"><​img src="​https://​farm8.staticflickr.com/​7416/​11981079125_821e2c9b62.jpg" width="​500"​ height="​333"​ alt="​unnamed-chunk-16.jpg">​ + {{ :en:​learning:​schools:​s01:​code-examples:​11981079125_821e2c9b62.jpg ​|}} Visualization of the wind field in a vineyard with different color schemes. Please note that depending on the actual scheme, certain features are highlighted while others fade away. In addition, not all color pallets are b/w compatible (data from and visualization by Tim Appelhans). Visualization of the wind field in a vineyard with different color schemes. Please note that depending on the actual scheme, certain features are highlighted while others fade away. In addition, not all color pallets are b/w compatible (data from and visualization by Tim Appelhans).
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