# Fun with the googleVis Package for R

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Using packages such as ggplot and lattice can produce some great charts and visualization, but googleVis is tough to beat for interactive charts to share on the web. Click on the image below to open up the html page.

I will warn you that it is too easy to blow an entire Saturday afternoon playing with the googleVis charts

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