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Check this simple time table function that generates a time table for any given date! You can control the time interval, as well!
How would you convert the timezone of a time object which class is POSIXct?
Choosing right colors is one of the most significant factors in drawing a effective graph.
arrangeGrob is in “gridExtra” package. Why arrangeGrob()? it returns a frame grob which can be saved by ggsave(). grid.aarange( ), however, directly plots on a graphics device.
A package called, scales, is very useful for controlling the x-axis on a time-series ggplot.We will mainly use date_breaks() and date_format() functions in “scales” package to control the time-axis.
The easiest, self-explanatory, way is to use Github GIST. Go to Github GIST. If you want to save your snippets and pastes in Github, you need to open an account (free) in Github GIST. A simple instruction for embedding Github Gist can be found at http://en.support.wordpress.com/gist/ Note: When you paste the Gist’s url on a line by itself…