Create two plots about pokemon. Data available here.
Write all of your code in an RMarkdown or R script file. Submit on bitbucket as “cinf401-assignment-4”.
All plots must use a color scheme derived from this infographic.
Plot 1: bar chart; x-axis: pokemon type (name, not id), y-axis: % of pokemon with that type (or count with that type); show % or count above each bar
Plot 2: scatter plot with optional smoothed lines; x-axis: power of move, y-axis: accuracy of move; color of points/lines: damage class (name, not id); include legend explaining the colors
Plot 3: line plot; x-axis: experience level, y-axis: experience required to reach that level; color of lines: experience growth rate type (not id); optional bonus karma: show latex formula for growth rate; include legend explaining the colors
Plot 4: histograms; x-axis: location encounter rate, y-axis: frequency; use facet wrap to separate histograms by encounter method (name, not id)
Plot 5: stacked bar chart; x-axis: item category (name, not id), y-axis: % of items in that category (stacked bars should always add up to 100%); bar fill color: item flags (name, not id)
Plot 6: bipartite graph (like this); left and right side have same list of pokemon in same order; lines indicate pokemon X and breed with pokemon Y; refer to breeding compatibility on this chart (from here); optional bonus karma: show pokemon images as well as or instead of names
- Isaac, Austin, Malak, Andrew, Juan, Matt, Po
- Duncan, Chris, Kathryn, Andrew, Christian, Juan, Matt
- Isaac, Austin, Kim, Chris, Kathryn, Po, Shayne
- Duncan, Christian, Bryan, Shayne
- Malak, Ou, Bryan
- Kim, Ou
Whiteboard from class