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### **Data visualisation using R, for researchers who don’t use R** The published version is at [AMPPS][5]. and the preprint is available [via PsyArXiv][1]. The interactive, accessible ["book" version of the tutorial][6] may be easier than the PDF to copy and adapt code from. #### Open materials ## This OSF project contains the preprint PDF, [the simulated dataset][2] used in the tutorial, and an [R Markdown workbook][3] that contains all the code used in the tutorial and can be used to help facilitate working through the tutorial. #### Additional resources and advanced plots ## Beyond increased accessibility, the interactive book also contains solutions to the activities, links to additional resources for learning R, and some advanced plotting options that go beyond the scope of the base tutorial. #### Citation ## Please cite all components of this tutorial as: Nordmann, E., McAleer, P., Toivo, W., Paterson, H., & DeBruine, L. M. (2022). Data Visualization Using R for Researchers Who Do Not Use R. Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science. https://doi.org/10.1177/25152459221074654 [1]: https://psyarxiv.com/4huvw [2]: https://osf.io/m28bz/ [3]: https://osf.io/6mnhy/ [4]: https://forms.office.com/r/ba1UvyykYR [5]: https://doi.org/10.1177/25152459221074654 [6]: https://psyteachr.github.io/introdataviz/ #### Correction Please note that the code and figures for five plots have been corrected from the published paper due to the labels "Word" and "Non-word" being incorrectly reversed. This is of course mortifying as authors, although it does provide a useful teachable moment that R will do what you tell it to do, no more, no less, regardless of whether what you tell it to do is wrong. The plots affected are clearly labelled in the preprint and the bookdown tutorial.