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Dot and Dumbbell Plots
s <- read.csv("https://raw.githubusercontent.com/plotly/datasets/master/school_earnings.csv") s <- s[order(s$Men), ] p <- plot_ly(s, x = ~Women, y = ~School, name = "Women", type = 'scatter', mode = "markers", marker = list(color = "pink")) %>% add_trace(x = ~Men, y = ~School, name = "Men",type = 'scatter', mode = "markers", marker = list(color = "blue")) %>% layout( title = "Gender earnings disparity", xaxis = list(title = "Annual Salary (in thousands)"), margin = list(l = 100) ) p
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