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Contemplamos a morta por um bom tempo. O horror e o desespero que exalavam aquelas carnes, em parte repugnantes, em parte delicadas, recordam o sentimento dos nossos primeiros encontros. Enquanto isso, o cheiro do mar misturava-se ao de roupa molhada, de nossos ventres nus e de porra. Simone, por sua vez, acariciava seus belos cabelos lisos, beijando-a por todo o corpo. Mas ela pensava unicamente em Marcela, que me suplicava que a deixasse ir embora. Disse, sem me dirigir o olhar, que queria tirar o vestido.

Tirei-o e depois a liberei de suas roupas de baixo; conservou o cinto e as meias. O rapaz nu estava sendo chupado por uma mocinha. A infeliz estava desesperada, tremia e tiritava de febre. Ao me ver, manifestou um pavor doentio. Ainda assim, que atrocidade! Dormi num bosque durante o dia. O quarto da minha amiga estava iluminado: joguei pedregulhos contra a janela. Simone desceu.

Com efeito, solucei demoradamente sobre a areia. Ela me chutou, de brincadeira. Um estouro assustador nos arrancou um grito. Nesse dia, nem pensamos em nos masturbar. Simone me trazia comida. Com Marcela Aproximou-se de novo, afetuosamente, e disse com um tom sonhador: — Suja, ela gozou como louca. Aspirava, feliz, nosso cheiro. Passado um instante, as nuvens encobriram novamente o disco lunar: tudo mergulhou na sombra. Afastei-me, deixando Simone estendida na grama. Uma lanterna de bolso me permitiu passar para uma sala de espera e depois para uma escada.

O temporal era forte demais para que os tiros tivessem acordado os habitantes do castelo. Simone, que quase chorava enquanto eu acariciava ternamente sua testa, mandou-lhe beijos que ela devolveu sem sorrir. No meio de uma encosta, Simone parou, tomada de calafrios.

Eu continuava extremamente inquieto. O selim de couro colava-se ao cu pelado de Simone que, fatalmente, se masturbava ao girar as pernas. Parecia-me, no entanto, que seus olhos procuravam, na noite, esse ponto de ruptura do meu corpo. Ela se masturbava no selim com movimentos cada vez mais bruscos. Recuperando lentamente os sentidos, Simone fez um movimento que me despertou.

Meu rosto estava melado de suor. Aproveitava para mijar ou tomar banho. The consequences of this are shown in Section 6. Scales are also computed somewhat differently as it is possible to map a variable produced by a statistic to an aesthetic.

There are two types of guides: A unique inverse makes it possible to recover the original data. Position is often specified by two coordinates x.

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Coordinate systems control how the axes and grid lines are drawn. Annotation guides. For higher dimensions. In the lay- ered grammar. Coordinate systems affect all position variables simultaneously and differ from scales in that they also change the appearance of the geometric objects.

The Cartesian coordinate system is the most common coordinate system for two dimensions. Faceting makes it easy to create small multiples of different. I will show how to create the two graphics of Fig- ure This is less flexible. Examples of axes and grid lines for three coordinate systems: Figure 9 illustrates the specification. This is less complicated in the layered grammar as the faceting is independent of the layer and within-facet coordinate system. The faceting specification describes which variables should be used to split up the data.

This is a powerful tool when investigating whether patterns are the same or different across conditions. This section describes the hierarchy of defaults that simplify the work of making a plot.

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These plots show the relationship between the price and weight in carats of diamonds. This section will also serve to demonstrate the syntax of the ggplot2 package. Note that z is included in the position specification for the GPL element. The polar coordinate system illustrates the difficulties associated with non-Cartesian coordinates: There are defaults present in GPL. To illustrate how the defaults work. Right Scatterplot of price versus carat. Intelligent defaults allow us to simplify this specification in a number of ways.

The choice of a good default scale is difficult. The full ggplot2 specification of the scatterplot of price versus weight is: Left Scatterplot of price versus carat. For position. This leads us to the following specification: The layer is the most complicated and specifies that we want to: For this reason the verbose gram- mar is supplemented with qplot. To get to the second plot of Figure 10 we need to add another layer. It also mimics the syntax of the plot function. This makes it difficult to rapidly experiment with different plots.

This section dis- cusses some consequences of such an approach. To make these issues concrete. The discussion is centered around R. This allows us to recreate the first plot with this concise code: The geom argument can take a vector of geoms. Public domain image from http: The limitations to this approach are obvious: This graphic can be thought of as a compound graphic: Everything else is taken to be a layer parameter.

We start with the essence of the graphic: W ICKHAM top part displays the number of troops during the advance and retreat and the bottom part shows the temperature during the advance.

In other situations. We then take the position of the cities as an additional layer.

These data are described more fully. Each city has a position a latitude and longitude and a name.

For this example. This example demonstrates two important advantages of embedding a graphical gram- mar into a programming language. Close study reveals that this part displays two datasets: How would we create this graphic with the layered grammar? The following code shows one way.

We can use R variables to label each component as we create it. With R. This means we have more time to experiment with alternative representations of the data. The ggplot function creates a base object.

The algebra describes how to reshape data for display and. Separating data manipulation from visualization allows you to check the data.

DATA is no longer needed because data are stored as R data frames. Bottom Tweaking scales to produce polished plot. One of the most im- portant features of the grammar is its declarative nature. Top Displaying the key troop movement data.

Center Adding town locations as reference points. The disadvantages of embedding the grammar are somewhat more subtle. To preserve this nature in R. This base object is not necessary in a stand-alone grammar. By relying on other tools in R. What is now easy that previously was hard? This section discusses three interesting aspects of the grammar: Left Default bin width.

Two histograms of diamond price produced by the histogram geom. The histogram is rather special as it maps an aesthetic bar height to a variable created by the statistic bin count. The histogram is a combination of a binning stat and a bar geom. This lets us produce the same plot in either of Figure One interesting thing about this definition is that it does not contain the word histogram: The histogram geom facilitates this experimentation by being parameterized by bin width as opposed to number of bins..

Figure 13 illustrates the difference changing bin widths can make.. Variations on the histogram. If you need more control you can use an alter- native specification: Figure This aesthetic does not directly affect the display of the data. This message is reinforced with a warning that reminds the user to manually adjust the bin width. In ggplot2. The histogram is interesting for another reason: The two dots are a visual indicator highlighting that variable is not present in the original data.

There are other variables produced by the binning sta- tistic that we might want to use instead. The separation of statistic and geom enforced by the grammar allows us to produce variations on the histogram. Using a ribbon instead of bars produces a frequency polygon. This is preferable as it is directly interpretable on the graph. The histogram also knows how to use the weight aesthetic. Using a ribbon left to produce a frequency polygon.

This is perverse. A regular bar chart converted into polar coordinates produces another type of graphic: The code for these plots corresponds to the code above. IF is best.

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One coordinate system used very commonly in business graphics is the polar coordinate system. The pie chart was created with ggplot diamonds. We can convert to regular Cartesian coordinates using the following equations: As with regular Cartesian coordinates. When not plotted on polar coordinates. The angle component is particularly useful for cyclical data because the starting and ending points of a single cycle are adjacent.

In the grammar. It can also be useful to tweak the range of the radius: Figure 15 shows this. Pie chart left and bullseye chart right showing the distribution of diamonds across clarity I 1 is worst.

The polar coordinate system parameterizes the two-dimensional plane in terms of angle. A bullseye chart is the polar equivalent of the spineplot: A compar- ison between a bar chart and a Coxcomb chart is shown in Figure Common cyclical variables are components of dates.

This is shown in Fig- ure The coordinate transformation occurs at the very end of the plotting process. The Coxcomb plot is a bar chart in polar coordinates.

The presentation of the labels still requires work. Transforming the coordinate system does something quite different. Note that the categories abut in the Coxcomb. This is because statistics operate on data that has been transformed by the scale. Transforming the data left versus transforming the scale right. Figure 17 shows an example of this using a scatterplot with a smoothed fit. Close inspection is required to see that the scales and minor grid lines are different.

We can also use the scales and coordinate system together to display a smooth calculated on the logged data and then back-transform it to the original scale. Transforming the data or the scales produces graphs that look very similar. Transforming the scale is to be preferred as the axes are labeled according to the original data. From a distance the plots look identical.

Bar chart left and equivalent Coxcomb plot right of clarity distribution.

What would a poetry of graphics look like? The ideas in this section draw inspiration from the tools that word processors provide to try and help us write better.Linear model fit to raw data left versus linear model fit to logged data. Transforming the data or the scales produces graphs that look very similar. Sir Edmund undertakes a blasphemous parody of the Catholic Eucharist involving desecration of the bread and wine using Don Aminado's urine and semen before Simone strangles Don Aminado to death during his final orgasm.

This is less flexible. This is less complicated in the layered grammar as the faceting is independent of the layer and within-facet coordinate system.

We can then convert the data units to aesthetic units. Simple dataset faceted into subsets. Luis Miguel Gutierrez Klinsky. Any statistic used with the boxplot needs to provide these values.