R/chart_amOHLC.R

Defines functions amOHLC

Documented in amOHLC

#' @title Plotting OHLC chart
#' 
#' @description  amOHLC computes an OHLC chart of the given value.
#' 
#' @param data \code{data.frame}, dataframe with at least 5 columns : 
#' category, open (numeric), close (numeric), low (numeric),
#' high (numeric).
#' @param dataDateFormat \code{character}, default set to NULL. Even if your chart parses dates,
#' you can pass them as strings in your dataframe - 
#' all you need to do is to set data date format and the chart will parse dates to date objects.
#' Check this page for available formats.
#' Please note that two-digit years (YY) as well as literal month names (MMM)  are NOT supported in this setting.
#' @param minPeriod \code{character}, minPeriod Specifies the shortest period of your data.
#' This should be set only if dataDateFormat is not 'NULL'.
#' Possible period values:
#' fff - milliseconds, ss - seconds, mm - minutes, hh - hours, DD - days, MM - months, YYYY - years.
#' It's also possible to supply a number for increments, i.e. '15mm'
#' which will instruct the chart that your data is supplied in 15 minute increments.
#' @param positiveColor \code{character}, color for positive values (in hexadecimal). 
#' @param negativeColor \code{character}, color for negative values (in hexadecimal).
#' @param names \code{character}, names for the tooltip. Default to c("low", "open", "close", "high").
#' @param xlab \code{character}, label for x-axis.
#' @param ylab \code{character}, label for y-axis.
#' @param horiz \code{logical}, TRUE for an horizontal chart, FALSE for a vertical one
#' @param zoom \code{logical}, default set to TRUE : a cursor is added to the chart.
#' @param ... see \code{\link{amOptions}} for more options.
#' 
#' @examples
#' data("data_candleStick2")
#' amOHLC(data = data_candleStick2)
#' 
#' \donttest{
#' # Other examples available which can be time consuming depending on your configuration.
#' if (requireNamespace("pipeR", quietly = TRUE)) {
#' require(pipeR)
#' 
#' # Change colors
#' amOHLC(data = data_candleStick2, positiveColor = "green", negativeColor = "red")
#' 
#' # Naming the axes
#' amOHLC(data = data_candleStick2, xlab = "categories", ylab = "values") %>>% setChartCursor()
#' 
#' # Rotate the labels for x axis
#' amOHLC(data = data_candleStick2, labelRotation = 90)
#' 
#' # Change names
#' amOHLC(data = data_candleStick2, names = c("min", "begin", "end", "max")) %>>% setChartCursor()
#' 
#' # Use amOptions
#' amOHLC(data = data_candleStick2, zoom = FALSE)
#' }
#' }
#' 
#' @seealso \link{amOptions}, \link{amBarplot}, \link{amBoxplot}, \link{amHist}, \link{amPie},
#' \link{amPlot}, \link{amTimeSeries}, \link{amStockMultiSet}, \link{amBullet}, \link{amRadar}, 
#' \link{amWind}, \link{amFunnel}, \link{amAngularGauge}, \link{amSolidGauge}, \link{amMekko},
#' \link{amCandlestick}, \link{amFloatingBar}, \link{amOHLC}, \link{amWaterfall}
#' 
#' @export
#'
#' @references See online documentation \url{https://datastorm-open.github.io/introduction_ramcharts/}
#' and \link{amChartsAPI}
#' 

amOHLC <- function(data, xlab = "", ylab = "", horiz = FALSE, zoom = TRUE,
                   positiveColor = "#7f8da9", negativeColor = "#db4c3c",
                   names = c("low", "open", "close", "high"),
                   dataDateFormat = NULL, minPeriod = ifelse(!is.null(dataDateFormat), "DD", ""), ...) {
  ##data
  # data format
  data <- .testFormatData(data)
 
  data$category <- as.character(data$category)
  .testIn("category", colnames(data))
  if(is.factor(data$category)) {
    data$category <- as.character(data$category)
  }
  .testCharacter(data$category, arg = "data$category")


  
  .testIn("open", colnames(data))
  .testNumeric(data$open, arg = "data$open")
  
  .testIn("close", colnames(data))
  .testNumeric(data$close, arg = "data$close")
  
  
  .testIn("low", colnames(data))
  .testNumeric(data$low, arg = "data$low")
  
  .testIn("high", colnames(data))
  .testNumeric(data$high, arg = "data$high")
  
  if (!is.null(dataDateFormat)) {
    .testCharacterLength1(char = dataDateFormat)
  } else {}
  
  .testCharacterLength1(char = minPeriod)
  .testCharacterLength1(char = xlab)
  .testCharacterLength1(char = ylab)
  .testLogicalLength1(logi = horiz)
  .testLogicalLength1(logi = zoom)
  .testCharacter(char = names)
  .testLength(param = names, len = 4)
  
  parseDates <- (!is.null(dataDateFormat))
  
  chart <- pipeR::pipeline(
    amSerialChart(dataProvider = data, categoryField = "category", precision = 2,
                  dataDateFormat = dataDateFormat, rotate = horiz),
    addValueAxis(title = ylab, position = 'left', gridAlpha = 0.1),
    setCategoryAxis(title = xlab, axisAlpha = 0, gridAlpha = 0.1,
                    parseDates = parseDates, minPeriod = minPeriod),
    addGraph(id = "g1", openField = "open", closeField = "close", highField = "high", lowField = "low",
             valueField = "close", fillColors = positiveColor, lineColor = positiveColor, 
             negativeFillColors = negativeColor, negativeLineColor = negativeColor,
             type = "ohlc", fillAlphas = 0.8, 
             balloonText =  paste(names[2], "<b>[[open]]</b><br>",
                                  names[1], ":<b>[[low]]</b><br>",
                                  names[4], ":<b>[[high]]</b><br>",
                                  names[3], ":<b>[[close]]</b><br>"))
  )
  
  chart <- setProperties(.Object = chart, RType_ = "OHLC")
  amOptions(chart, zoom = zoom, ...)
}

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