Assuming I have the following dataframe in R:How can I use ggplot2 to output a graph like the one below (made in Excel):
I would like to draw a ggplot with a random theme (In fact, I want to draw many plots, each with a different themes). Consider the following reproducible example:
Consider the following plot:The facet_wrap function wraps a sequence of faceted panels into a roughly rectangular display of nrow rows and ncol columns. However, depending on the data, the actual number of panels is often a few panels short of nrow * ncol, which leaves a chunk of wasted space...
I have installed the following two packages: I have found a code online to create a world map(see below). How do I zoom the plot on a country level? For example Denmark.
For a custom ggplot2 theme I'd like to change the default aesthetic of some geom, say I want red dots instead of black dots.
Can somebody explain to me why I get a different number of outliers with the normal boxplot command and with the geom_boxplot of ggplot2? Here you have an example:
Basic question, ggplot doesn't seem to be doing what I expect though. I'm expecting this to plot : It's plotting :
EditIt seems as the faulty behaviour of sec_axis in ggplot2 3.1.0 is a bug. This has been recognized by the devs and they are working on a fix (see thread on GitHub).
I am using R and ggplot2 to do some plots for publishing purposes. I have come across this plot and I would like to replicate it using ggplot2. However, I have never seen a plot like this made using ggplot2.
Consider the following toy exampleIt displays a set of points with labels, where labels are abbreviations of some specific values. What I want to do is to add a guide for the abbreviations similar to a usual point-shape guide, but with abbreviations instead of shapes.