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ggside custom themes

Description

Theme elements to help customize the look and feel of ggside's side panels.

Usage

theme_ggside_grey(
  base_size = 11,
  base_family = "",
  base_line_size = base_size/22,
  base_rect_size = base_size/22
)

theme_ggside_gray(
  base_size = 11,
  base_family = "",
  base_line_size = base_size/22,
  base_rect_size = base_size/22
)

theme_ggside_bw(
  base_size = 11,
  base_family = "",
  base_line_size = base_size/22,
  base_rect_size = base_size/22
)

theme_ggside_linedraw(
  base_size = 11,
  base_family = "",
  base_line_size = base_size/22,
  base_rect_size = base_size/22
)

theme_ggside_light(
  base_size = 11,
  base_family = "",
  base_line_size = base_size/22,
  base_rect_size = base_size/22
)

theme_ggside_dark(
  base_size = 11,
  base_family = "",
  base_line_size = base_size/22,
  base_rect_size = base_size/22
)

theme_ggside_minimal(
  base_size = 11,
  base_family = "",
  base_line_size = base_size/22,
  base_rect_size = base_size/22
)

theme_ggside_classic(
  base_size = 11,
  base_family = "",
  base_line_size = base_size/22,
  base_rect_size = base_size/22
)

theme_ggside_void(
  base_size = 11,
  base_family = "",
  base_line_size = base_size/22,
  base_rect_size = base_size/22
)

Arguments

base_size

base font size, given in pts.

base_family

base font family

base_line_size

base size for line elements

base_rect_size

base size for rect elements

Details

Incomplete themes:

Unlike the complete themes like theme_grey, ggside's variants are not considered "complete". This is because the user may want to specify the side panels separately from the theme of the main panel. This means that theme_ggside_*() functions should be called after any of ggplot2's complete themes.

ggside theme elements

ggside.panel.scale, ggside.panel.scale.x, ggside.panel.scale.y expects a scalar numeric that sets the scaling of side panels relative to the plotting width/height of the main panels. Default is set to 0.1. i.e. 0.1 indicates side panels are 1/10th the size of the main panel whereas 1 indicates side panel are the same size as main panels. .x will set the scale for the xside panel and .y will set the scale for the yside panel.
ggside.panel.spacing, ggside.panel.spacing.x, ggside.panel.spacing.y expects a scalar unit that sets the spacing between side panels and main panels. Default facet spacing is typically unit(5.5,"pt") whereas this element's default is unit(2,"pt") to indicate the relationship a side panel has to the main panels. .x will set the space between the main panel and the yside panel, where as .y will set the space between the main panel and the xside panel.
ggside.panel.background Sets the background of the side panels. If unspecified, side panels inherit from panel.background
ggside.panel.grid, ggside.panel.grid.major, ggside.panel.grid.minor, ggside.panel.grid.major.x, ggside.panel.grid.major.y, ggside.panel.grid.minor.x, ggside.panel.grid.minor.y Grid lines for the side panels. These elements inherit from panel.grid and will default to the current theme's panel.grid inheritance unless specifically set.
ggside.axis.text, ggside.axis.text.x, ggside.axis.text.y, ggside.axis.text.x.top, ggside.axis.text.x.bottom, ggside.axis.text.y.left, ggside.axis.text.y.right Tick labels along the side panel's axis. Due to the layout of side panels, ggside.axis.text.x will only affect the yside panel's x-axis text and ggside.axis.text.y will only affect the xside panel's y-axis text. These elements inherit from axis.text and will default to the current theme's axis.text inheritance scheme unless specifically set.
ggside.axis.line, ggside.axis.line.x, ggside.axis.line.y, ggside.axis.line.x.top, ggside.axis.line.x.bottom, ggside.axis.line.y.left, ggside.axis.line.y.right Lines along the side panel's axis.Due to the layout of side panels, ggside.axis.line.x will only affect the yside panel's x-axis text and ggside.axis.line.y will only affect the xside panel's y-axis text. Theme elements inherit from axis.line and will default to the current theme's axis.line inheritance scheme unless specifically set.
ggside.axis.ticks, ggside.axis.ticks.x, ggside.axis.ticks.y, ggside.axis.ticks.x.top, ggside.axis.ticks.x.bottom, ggside.axis.ticks.y.left, ggside.axis.ticks.y.right Tick marks along the side panel's axis. Due to the layout of side panels, ggside.axis.ticks.x will only affect the yside panel's x-axis text and ggside.axis.ticks.y will only affect the xside panel's y-axis text. Theme elements inherit from axis.ticks and will default to the current theme's axis.ticks inheritance scheme unless specifically set.
ggside.axis.ticks.length, ggside.axis.ticks.length.x, ggside.axis.ticks.length.y, ggside.axis.ticks.length.x.top, ggside.axis.ticks.length.x.bottom, ggside.axis.ticks.length.y.left, ggside.axis.ticks.length.y.right length of ticks along the side panel's axis.Due to the layout of side panels, ggside.axis.ticks.length.x will only affect the yside panel's x-axis text and ggside.axis.ticks.length.y will only affect the xside panel's y-axis text. Theme elements inherit from axis.ticks.length and will default to the current theme's axis.ticks.length inheritance scheme unless specifically set.

Examples


library(ggplot2)
library(ggside)

p <- ggplot(iris, aes(Sepal.Width, Petal.Length, color = Species)) +
 geom_point() +
 geom_xsidedensity() +
 geom_ysidedensity() +
 theme_dark()

p

p + theme_ggside_classic()
p + theme_ggside_void()
p + theme_ggside_linedraw() +
theme(ggside.panel.border = element_rect(colour = "red"))

ggside documentation built on July 20, 2022, 5:07 p.m.