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Improved net stacked distribution graphs via ggplot2 trickery

September 14, 2012


Net stacked distribution graphs are a nice way of comparing data on a Likert scale. It strips out the neutral responses and centers the responses around the center of the graph so you can quickly compare agreement and disagreement on different issues. Here we'll build on Jason Becker's work on doing this in ggplot2 -- it requires a dosage of deviousness.