`::install_github("Gibbsdavidl/CatterPlots") devtools`

Lara Harmon has put in countless hours to build and uplift the ASA Student community. We are SO grateful. We know she loves cats, as evidenced by

On the off-chance you have not felt judged by a cat today, my cat can help you out. pic.twitter.com/sApgbyYztD

— Lara Harmon (@Amstat_Lara) December 27, 2016

and

You'll notice that we have yet to be in a city where I can convince our design team cats would be 100% on-theme. /life goals

— Lara Harmon (@Amstat_Lara) January 24, 2017

and

Stats Cat's back from her first business trip. Looks about as jetlagged as I am! #JMM17 pic.twitter.com/JLzSbMKj3I

— Lara Harmon (@Amstat_Lara) January 10, 2017

so we decided to write her an appropriate thank you note, using `CatterPlots`

.

If you haven’t installed this purrrrfect package, you can install it from GitHub.

`library(CatterPlots)`

Stack Overflow taught me how to plot a heart in R (perhaps they will be the subject of my next thank you note)“)

```
<- seq(0, 2 * pi, by = 0.1)
t <- function(t) {
xhrt 16 * sin(t) ^ 3
}<- function(t) {
yhrt 13 * cos(t) - 5 * cos(2 * t) - 2 * cos(3 * t) - cos(4 * t)
}<- yhrt(t)
y <- xhrt(t) x
```

Thank you, Lara! We appreciate you!

```
<- multicat(xs = x, ys = y,
meow cat = c(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10),
canvas = c(-0.1, 1.1, -0.1, 1.1),
xlab = "some cats",
ylab = "more cats",
main = "Thank you, Lara!")
```