Will this tempt me to use R…?

Probably not.  But it’s sweet, nevertheless.  Matt Blackwell from the Harvard Social Science Statistics blog has created a Crayola vector to allow you to create graphics in R with all the colours in the Crayola rainbow.  So if you ever wanted to create graphics in Pine Green or Raw Sienna or any of the other colours of your childhood, you can now go right ahead.

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