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ggplot2 is a plotting programme that includes commands for making complicated charts out of data in a data frame. It has a more programmatic interface for specifying which variables should be plotted, how they should be shown, and other visual features.

ggplot() creates a new ggplot object. It can be used to declare a graphic's input data frame and to specify a set of plot aesthetics that will be shared by all succeeding layers unless explicitly altered.

The fourth element of a ggplot2 layer in R, after data, mapping, and geoms, indicates how the data should be summarised. This statistical summary is referred to as a stat in ggplot2. The range of tools in ggplot2 for summarising your data in the plot is a really useful feature.

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