Category: R

Easy way to compare and see Dutch drought

Dutch drought? That doesn’t sound right… In all my travels, non-Dutch people have always been astonished that in the wet and rainy Netherlands we can have periods of drought. In 2018 we had a dry year with a deficit of almost 300 mm. But the last few days the...

Rshiny: it’s here, now it’s your turn to play with coffee

Rshiny is R without the difficult language After making the previous worldmap here and playing with ggplot2 here, it’s time for the third and last coffee post: using Rshiny. Here is what we are going to make: Below you can play with the app, and here is the app...

Ggplot2 for revealing useful coffee relations

Can ggplot2 show if coffee producers drink more coffee? After making this map of coffee producing countries with ggplot2 in R, and with the help of some comments, I wanted to figure out if coffee producing countries also consume more coffee. And what about the export of coffee? In...

Coffee map: making an awesome map in R

Ever thought about where your coffee is produced? I love to drink coffee. A lot. But I never actually thought of how much coffee each country produces each year, and where this is produced. First, I started by looking at my own coffee. Where was it produced? My coffee...