Description Usage Arguments Details Value Examples
Set the breaks for a graph in nice positions.
1 2 3 4  get_breaks(limits, N = 10, max_breaks = 10, int_only = TRUE,
multiples_only = FALSE, include_bounds = TRUE)
ggplot_breaks(...)

limits 
axis limits. May be either a vector of 2 elements with lower and upper bounds, or a single number (which is the upper bound, the lower bound is then assumed to be 0). 
N 
step size. The eventual intervals will be multiples of the divisors of 
max_breaks 
maximum amount of breaks, defaults to 10. 
int_only 
whether only integer divisors of 
multiples_only 
whether only multiples of 
include_bounds 
whether the resulting breaks should encompass 
... 
Arguments passed on to

get_breaks
is the base function and creates a vector of breaks ggplot_breaks
is a wrapper and
makes usage easier in ggplot2. The limits of the axis may not be known beforehand,
but ggplot_breaks
receives it from ggplot
and then creates nice breaks.
A sorted numerical vector with breaks of length max_breaks+2
when include_bounds
is TRUE
and of size max_breaks
otherwise.
1 2 3 4 5  get_breaks(24, N=12, max_breaks=15)
## Not run:
ggplot() + scale_x_continuous(breaks = ggplot_breaks(N=12, max_breaks=15))
## End(Not run)

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