|Proposed final version of transition document||Dennis Murphy||2/10/12 6:07 PM|
Since I've gotten few complaints or suggestions for new material from
I did make an addition in the section on continuous scales in response
Hadley mentioned wanting to post this to the regular ggplot2 group
Thanks to everyone who commented on earlier versions and improved the
|Re: Proposed final version of transition document||baptiste auguie||2/11/12 2:13 AM|
I'm not sure if it's useful to mention them in this document, but I
Thanks for the very useful reference,
|Re: Proposed final version of transition document||baptiste auguie||2/11/12 2:42 PM|
Maybe one example combining the three,
p <- qplot(mpg, wt, data = mtcars) + theme_bw()
## color gradient
## scaled down map of NZ
# Inset plot
On 11 February 2012 23:13, baptiste auguie
|Re: Proposed final version of transition document||Dennis Murphy||2/11/12 3:30 PM|
Sa-weeeeeeeeeeettt! That's a keeper! :)
|Re: Proposed final version of transition document||baptiste auguie||2/11/12 5:07 PM|
Thinking about it, rainbow, which I took from ?annotate_raster doesn't
need 50 rows, one is enough:
rainbow <- t(hcl(seq(0, 360, length = 300), 80, 70))
|Re: Proposed final version of transition document||Brandon Hurr||2/13/12 12:18 AM|
I didn't make it all the way through it yet, but I did find one coding issue...
Usersnolongerhavetoworryaboutthevariablename/aestheticnamebugletthatplagued earlier versions, which was a particular problem when a faceting variable was the name of an aesthetic (e.g., colour or size). You can now expect that code like the following will work: «code0,eval=FALSE»= ggplot(df, aes(x, y, group = group, colour = color)) @
|Re: Proposed final version of transition document||Dennis Murphy||2/13/12 12:41 AM|
Thanks for catching this, Brandon. The problem was that the code chunk
was indented rather than starting and ending in column 1. Dumb mistake
on my part - I keep a note to that effect in my Sweave templates so I
don't forget, but I'm using knitr this time. Guess I need to put it
there for knitr templates, too...
|Re: Proposed final version of transition document||joran||3/2/12 2:50 PM|
I don't see a way to have the github wiki host the pdf itself. If that isn't possible, could Hadley host it on his ggplot2 website? I'm anticipating wanting to link to it as a reference with some regularity on StackOverflow. I can always points folks toward this forum, but it would be nice to have a more permanent feeling location.
Or has a location for it been decided upon and I just missed it...?
|Re: Proposed final version of transition document||baptiste auguie||3/2/12 3:12 PM|
I don't know if it's the official location, but David Smith just
blogged about ggplot2 with a link to:
|Re: Proposed final version of transition document||Hadley Wickham||3/2/12 4:48 PM|
That's where it'll live for now. Putting it on the ggplot2 website
has to wait until I get a chance to revamp the website.