Bar Chart race using ‘gganimate’ for world’s most efficient wheat yield producing countries

Bar Chart race using ‘gganimate’ for world’s most efficient wheat yield producing countries

April 21, 2019

Easy spatio-temporal visualization of 15 selected efficient wheat yield producing countries using #gganimate in R. The below-mentioned bar chart race shows that Ireland leads the world in efficient wheat yields. Related to this, an article written by John Spink @teagasc says “Yields over a 10-year period are nearly 10% higher than the UK and well above those of New Zealand, which boasts the world wheat yield record.”

The respective code is given and explained on my Github account.

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