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So…I made a thing.
I haphazardly like to teach myself programming and R has been the main focus of study for a little while now. I’ve found that the best way for me to learn something is to try and make small projects and so I tried to come up with something interesting with my other hobby as an author.
This is the result.
I think Amazon reviews are a little boring these days and creating something more visual seemed like an entertaining challenge. I’ve featured Sarah Chorn because she did a brilliant job as an editor of Draconis, and her writing deserves to be better known.
You do not want to know how long creating this has taken me. Seriously.
Anyway, it’s a work in progress, so let me know what you think!
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The date the review was published extends around the outside of the graph. Amazon star ratings are reflected in the size and colour (see legend).