# plot_graeco: Plot Graeco Latin Square Design In agricolaeplotr: Visualization of Design of Experiments from the 'agricolae' Package

## Description

Plot a design of an experiment with an Graeco - latin square design from `agricolae` design.graeco

## Usage

 ``` 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13``` ```plot_graeco( design, x = "col", y = "row", factor_name = "T1", labels = "plots", width = 1, height = 1, space_width = 0.95, space_height = 0.85, reverse_y = FALSE, reverse_x = FALSE ) ```

## Arguments

 `design` outdesign from `agricolae` package `x` Describes the x coordinates of a experiment design `y` Describes the y coordinates of a experiment design `factor_name` Which factor should be used for plotting, needs to be a column in outdesign\$book `labels` Describes the column from that the plots are taken to display them `width` numeric value, describes the width of a plot in an experiment `height` numeric value, describes the height of a plot in an experiment `space_width` numeric value, describes the share of the space of the plots. 0=only space, 1=no space between plots in term of width `space_height` numeric value, describes the share of the space of the plots. 0=only space, 1=no space between plots in term of height `reverse_y` boolean, should the plots of the experiment be changed in reverse order in Row direction? use reverse_y=TRUE to have same sketch as in agricolae. default:reverse_y=FALSE `reverse_x` boolean, should the plots of the experiment be changed in reverse order in column direction? default:reverse_x=FALSE

## Value

`ggplot` graphic that can be modified, if wished

## Examples

 ```1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8``` ```library(agricolaeplotr) library(agricolae) T1<-c('a','b','c','d') T2<-c('v','w','x','y','z','zz') outdesign <- design.graeco(trt1=T1, trt2=T2, serie = 2, seed = 0, kinds = 'Super-Duper',randomization=TRUE) plot_graeco(outdesign, factor_name = 'T2',reverse_y = TRUE) plot_graeco(outdesign, factor_name = 'T2',reverse_x = TRUE) ```

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