Violin point-style plots to show overlapping points. x must be discrete.

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Description

Violin point-style plots to show overlapping points. x must be discrete.

Usage

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position_quasirandom(width = NULL, varwidth = FALSE, bandwidth = 0.5,
  nbins = NULL, method = "quasirandom", groupOnX = NULL,
  dodge.width = 0)

Arguments

width

the maximum amount of spread (default: 0.4)

varwidth

vary the width by the relative size of each group

bandwidth

the bandwidth adjustment to use when calculating density Smaller numbers (< 1) produce a tighter "fit". (default: 0.5)

nbins

the number of bins used when calculating density (has little effect with quasirandom/random distribution)

method

the method used for distributing points (quasirandom, pseudorandom, smiley or frowney)

groupOnX

should jitter be added to the x axis if TRUE or y axis if FALSE (the default NULL causes the function to guess which axis is the categorical one based on the number of unique entries in each)

dodge.width

Amount by which points from different aesthetic groups will be dodged. This requires that one of the aesthetics is a factor.

See Also

offsetX

Other position.adjustments: position_beeswarm

Examples

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  ggplot2::qplot(class, hwy, data = ggplot2::mpg, geom='quasirandom')
  # Generate fake data
  distro <- data.frame(
    'variable'=rep(c('runif','rnorm'),each=100),
    'value'=c(runif(100, min=-3, max=3), rnorm(100))
  )
  ggplot2::qplot(variable, value, data = distro, geom = 'quasirandom')
  ggplot2::qplot(variable, value, data = distro) + geom_quasirandom(width=0.1)