I keep my vault on iCloud for storage and redundancy but on other machines like my firewalled work machine, I can’t access iCloud but I can access GitHub. So I have my vault set up as a repository on GitHub. To keep all my notes, configs, and workspace settings in sync with my home machine when I leave the house I set up auto-syncing to GitHub that I can take advantage of anywhere. Here’s how I did it:
0. You need git installed, and this works seamlessly if you have your credentials cached so you do not need to enter your password on `git push` commands for more on caching FCC has a great article on this. …
Patchwork is a package for the R programming language that simplifies data visualization layouts through a simple math-like syntax.
“The Composer of ggplots”
With Patchwork the task of combining and organizing ggplots is very easy and can produce ornate visualizations with simple code.
All charts here are made with sample data sets and are just used for example purposes.
If i wanted to take a couple charts of mind and compare them next to each other either one above the other it may look something like this: