|Updated version of 0.9.0 transition guide||Dennis Murphy||2/5/12 8:25 PM|
A revised version of the ggplot2-0.9.0 transition guide is attached to
The source code of the files that produced these pdfs is found at GitHub:
|Re: Updated version of 0.9.0 transition guide||Brian Danielak||2/6/12 9:36 AM|
First, I want to say thanks for the fantastic work you've put into this transition guide. It really nicely outlines some of the core new features of the package, and I appreciate everyone's contributions to it.
I have a suggestion about your section on "guides(): include a table of the arguments guides() can take. As a newcomer to ggplot2 0.9.0, I'm unfamiliar with all of the options one can pass to guides. A really helpful addition to your transition guide would be a table that outlines all of the parameters one could pass to guides(). I might take Hadley's web-based documentation for the Aesthetics section of common geoms as a starting point.
I raise this issue for three reasons:
Again, I think the ggplot2 transition guide you've created is really a great and helpful document. I'm just hoping we can extend it (and ggplot2's in-R documentation) to make clear what guides() can do.
|Re: Updated version of 0.9.0 transition guide||Dennis Murphy||2/6/12 10:03 AM|
Thanks for the comments. The full list of arguments is found in the
|Re: Updated version of 0.9.0 transition guide||Brian Danielak||2/6/12 2:47 PM|
I'll see if there's a way I might be able to help you make that table. In the meantime, I've issued a code pull request that should link the help page for `guides` to the help pages you mentioned that actually document the arguments:
For some reason they weren't all cross-referenced to each other. Thanks again for all of your hard work!