[R] gganimate: A Grammar of Animated Graphics

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Sat Jun 8 14:29:17 CEST 2019


Thank you , yes last night as I was reading through the library functions  I
saw the animate() function, for example  animate(map, fps = 2), where map is
a ggplot object


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Subject: Re: [R] gganimate: A Grammar of Animated Graphics

There may be other ways but you can store the animation in an object and use
the animate() function.


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> I've been exploring the gganimate package and  am wondering how one 
> might adjust the animation speed?
> Jeff Reichman
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