Introduction to ggplot2 (part 1)

Getting bored with the plots you can make using the base R plot? Probably time to spice things up with ggplot! You can read through this article, or you can watch the tutorial video below (or both!). Let’s get started. If you haven’t used ggplot before, you will need to install that package by running this either in the R console, or in an R script: install.packages("ggplot2") To include the library, you just run this:

Unreported Cases of Depression in the Vancouver Coastal Health Authority Region

Introduction Population abundance models are used extensively in ecological studies, and they provide methods of estimation when only site and time replicated counts are available. These models have many possible applications beyond ecology, and can be applied in the study of disease prevalence and detection rates. Yearly counts of reported cases of depression, stratified by Health Service Delivery Area (HSDA), will be used to estimate both the total cases and the case detection rate (CDR) of depression in the Vancouver Coastal Health Authority (VCHA) region from the year 2000 to 2014.