Does anyone get the Iris Dataset on http://docs.juliaplots.org/latest/ running?
Yes. What about it? What errors did you get?
I’m afraid the tutorial is outdated, only the
@df syntax is supported in StatPlots now. For example:
@df iris scatter(:SepalLength, :SepalWidth, group=:Species, title = "My awesome plot", xlabel = "Length", ylabel = "Width", m=(0.5, [:cross :hex :star7], 12), bg=RGB(.2,.2,.2))
Sounds like a good PR.
Thanks. That’s working now (on the terminal).
I am using atom as editor and here I keep getting the following error message when using RDatasets
Failed to precompile Missings to user/.julia/lib/v0.6/Missings.ji.
I have added the package StatPlots and RDatasets via the console and uber-juno and hydrogen in nano.
Also, I am confused by the ending ji.
In general: Could it be that there are conflicts between packages I have added (PyPlot, Plots etc), eg when I produce plots, some appear distorted. Also it seems like adding Gadfly and MultivariateStats result in some conflicts. Precompiling Gadfly doesn’t seem to work either and results in a similar error message as the one above
Failed to precompile Gadfly to user/.julia/lib/v0.6/Gadfly.ji.
If anyone has thoughts on that…
Gadfly appears to have a number of conflicts with recently updated packages for Julia 0.6 and 0.7. For that reason as well as a few others, I am no longer using it and have removed it.