Arranges a set of circles, which are denoted by their sizes, by consecutively placing each circle externally tangent to two previously placed circles while avoiding overlaps.
Either a vector of circle sizes, or a matrix or data frame with one column for circle sizes.
The index or name of the column in
The type of size values: either
Based on an algorithm described in the paper: Visualization of large hierarchical data by circle packing by Weixin Wang, Hui Wang, Guozhong Dai, and Hongan Wang. Published in Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2006, pp. 517-520 https://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1124851
The implementation here was adapted from a version written in C by Peter Menzel: https://github.com/pmenzel/packCircles.
A data frame with columns: x, y, radius. If any of the input size values
were non-positive or missing, the corresponding rows of the output data frame
will be filled with
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areas <- sample(c(4, 16, 64), 100, rep = TRUE, prob = c(60, 30, 10)) packing <- circleProgressiveLayout(areas) ## Not run: # Graph the result with ggplot dat.gg <- circleLayoutVertices(packing) ggplot(data = dat.gg, aes(x, y, group = id)) + geom_polygon(colour = "black", fill = "grey90") + coord_equal() + theme_void() ## End(Not run)
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