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Plotting Classic Literature Readability Scores with R

What you'll learn

In this project, you’ll follow along with our instructions to create a visualization with R that presents data about the readability of the top ten authors on Project Gutenberg. We will prepare, manipulate, and plot data with the Tidyverse collection of packages.

Table of contents

  • Set up your local environment for projects. We'll walk you through everything you need to know, including how to install and configure your environment to be able to complete all of the tasks.
Plotting Popular Authors' Readability Statistics
  • Use the Tidyverse collection of packages to plot data gathered from Project Gutenberg about Popular Authors.

About the author

Tom is a staff author at Pluralsight helping to develop Hands-On content. Tom's background in software development, UI/UX, and instructional design was developed over the years while working as a faculty member at the School of Computing at Weber State University in Utah, and continues to grow as he develops Projects and Labs for Pluralsight. When he's not creating content to allow learners to gain real-life experience, he enjoys spending time with his family.

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