add_label_box: Add a vertically aligned label nodes on the left side.

View source: R/add_label_box.R

add_label_boxR Documentation

Add a vertically aligned label nodes on the left side.

Description

In a consort diagram, this can be used to indicate different stage.

Usage

add_label_box(
  prev_box,
  txt,
  only_terminal = TRUE,
  just = c("center", "left", "right"),
  ...
)

Arguments

prev_box

A completed diagram created with add_box, add_side_box etc.

txt

Text in the node. If a character string is provided, the label will be aligned to the last box if a character is provided. If a named vector, the labels will align to corresponding row of the node. And the names is the number indicating row number of box to horizontally align with and value is the text in the box.

only_terminal

If the txt is only for the terminal box, default. Otherwise, the side box will also be accounted for.

just

The justification for the text: center (default), left or right.

...

Other parameters pass to textbox,

Value

A consort object.

See Also

add_side_box add_split textbox

Examples

txt1 <- "Population (n=300)"
txt1_side <- "Excluded (n=15): \n
              \u2022 MRI not collected (n=3)\n
              \u2022 Tissues not collected (n=4)\n
              \u2022 Other (n=8)"

g <- add_box(txt = txt1)

g <- add_side_box(g, txt = txt1_side)

g <- add_box(g, txt = "Randomized (n=200)")

g <- add_split(g, txt = c("Arm A (n=100)", "Arm B (n=100"))
g <- add_side_box(g,
  txt = c(
    "Excluded (n=15):\n
                  \u2022 MRI not collected (n=3)\n
                  \u2022 Tissues not collected (n=4)\n
                   \u2022 Other (n=8)",
    "Excluded (n=15):\n
                   \u2022 MRI not collected (n=3)\n
                   \u2022 Tissues not collected (n=4)"
  )
)

g <- add_box(g, txt = c("Final analysis (n=100)", "Final analysis (n=100"))
g <- add_label_box(g, txt = c("1" = "Screening", "3" = "Randomized", "4" = "Final analysis"))

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