scale_color_tableau: Tableau color scales (discrete)

Description Usage Arguments See Also Examples

Description

Categorical (qualitative) color scales used in Tableau. Use the function \funclinkscale_colour_gradient_tableau for the sequential and \funclinkscale_colour_gradient2_tableau for the diverging continuous color scales from Tableu.

Usage

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scale_colour_tableau(
  palette = "Tableau 10",
  type = "regular",
  direction = 1,
  ...
)

scale_fill_tableau(
  palette = "Tableau 10",
  type = "regular",
  direction = 1,
  ...
)

scale_color_tableau(
  palette = "Tableau 10",
  type = "regular",
  direction = 1,
  ...
)

Arguments

palette

Palette name. See \funclinktableau_color_pal for available palettes.

type

Palette type. One of "regular", "sequential", or "diverging". See \funclinktableau_color_pal.

direction

If 1, the default, then use the original order of colors. If -1, then reverse the order.

...

Other arguments passed on to \funclinkdiscrete_scale.

See Also

tableau_color_pal() for references.

Other colour tableau: scale_colour_gradient2_tableau(), scale_colour_gradient_tableau(), tableau_color_pal(), tableau_gradient_pal()

Examples

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library("ggplot2")

p <- ggplot(mtcars) +
  geom_point(aes(x = wt, y = mpg, colour = factor(gear))) +
  facet_wrap(~am) +
  theme_igray()

palettes <- ggthemes_data[["tableau"]][["color-palettes"]][["regular"]]
for (palette in head(names(palettes), 3L)) {
  print(p + scale_colour_tableau(palette) +
          ggtitle(palette))
}

# the order of colour can be reversed
p + scale_color_tableau(direction = -1)

Example output



ggthemes documentation built on Jan. 20, 2021, 5:05 p.m.