FAQ: Intro to Visualization with R - What are aesthetics?

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Hello! How to get imdb.csv so that I can practice using RStudio?

What am I doing wrong? Also, the aes() part isn’t showing on the console no matter how many times I click run, so does that have something to do with it?

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hi, i also had the same problem at the beginning, but after i typed this, it seems worked.

viz ← ggplot(data = movies, aes(x = imdbRating, y = nrOfWins))