Description Usage Arguments Details Note Author(s) Source Examples
Create a pie like plot to visualize how close a project is to completeness or achievement of the aims. The middle point show the total completeness of the aim. Imagine it's like a dartboard and the center means 100% completeness/achievement. The standard distribution for the proportion of completeness allocated in the pie is 50%, 80% and 100%. Items for aim should be on the first row and the percentage of each items is on the second row in the data set.
1 |
data |
Data set |
title |
Title for the plot |
size |
Size of the point |
pct1 |
Percentage first pie proportion |
pct2 |
Percentage second pie proportion |
col1 |
Colour of the first pie proportion |
col2 |
Colour of the second pie proportion |
col3 |
Colour of the third pie proportion |
These parameters should be in the dataframe:
Variable
1st column: The various aims to be completed
Percentage
2nd column: The percentage of completeness
The ggplot2
package is required to run this function
Yusman Kamaleri, ybkamaleri@gmail.com
RegData
is example data set from Norwegian Diabetes Registry
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