Speaking of open data and google tools, see this post from Revolution R: How to use a Google Spreadsheet as data in R.

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Posted by Malecki on 15 September 2011, 11:48 am

Speaking of open data and google tools, see this post from Revolution R: How to use a Google Spreadsheet as data in R.

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Here’s another useful tool to link up R and Google products:

http://code.google.com/p/google-motion-charts-with-r/

It allows you to take data from R and graph it using the Google Motion charts API, without having to learn javascript!

It’s a great tool, with a new version released just a few weeks ago (and available through CRAN, I believe).

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