Many people have also asked for hex stickers for the individual R packages. @ermeel or anyone else interested in designing?
rstanarm and bayesplot? Any graphical suggestions, to start with?
BTW: any consensus on how to use the Stan hex sticker?
(Desperately hoping that these will be available in Helsinki…)
Me too. It’s on my todo list (or actually on the one of my creative partner).
Unfortunately even for the Stan one I’m still awaiting the OK to publish them outside this forum. @jonah any news on this?
For a first draft of a bayeslot hex sticker, see http://discourse.mc-stan.org/t/hex-sticker-for-bayesplot/4616?u=ermeel
Just a suggestion here (to both @ermeel and NumFOCUS): the trajectory bleeding off the sides is meant to imply that it continues forward and backward in time—here that would mean extending the white paths to the border. or just enlarging and cropping at the border.
The trajectory needs to bleed off the sides (behind the border) to imply that it continues forward and backward in time.
Take that as a suggestion—this
Sorry I don’t really get what you try to say. Also the message seems to be incomplete at the end.
Sorry for the incompleteness. That was fat fingering, not something missing.
What needs to happen is that the white arms need to continue right up to (“bleed into”) the dark red hexagonal border. There shouldn’t be a gap of light red between the white and the edge. The goal is to imply that it’s a trajectory that continues forward and backward in time.
The technical term I was using was “bleed”, though here I meant bleeding off the light red background, not over the dark red border. The Wikipedia’s helpful here—even the example is relevant:
Another potential proposal for the base Stan hex sticker:
I’ve taken slight liberties with the logo to extend it off into a white border, as in the round sticker.
(The dotted yellow line is not part of the design – it’s a cutting marker for the printer. This is using the template that Diginate provide for hex stickers.)
I also didn’t know if there was an official font – I’ve used Gill Sans Std here, but that’s easy to change.