riverplot: Sankey or Ribbon Plots
Version 0.6

Sankey plots are a type of diagram that is convenient to illustrate how flow of information, resources etc. separates and joins, much like observing how rivers split and merge. For example, they can be used to compare different clusterings.

AuthorJanuary Weiner <january.weiner@gmail.com>
Date of publication2017-02-17 18:33:14
MaintainerJanuary Weiner <january.weiner@gmail.com>
LicenseGPL (>= 2.0)
Version0.6
URL http://logfc.wordpress.com
Package repositoryView on CRAN
InstallationInstall the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:
install.packages("riverplot")

Getting started

Package overview

Popular man pages

colorRampPaletteAlpha: Color interpolation
curveseg: Draw a curved segment
makeRiver: Create a new riverplot object
minard: Minard Napoleon Russian campaign data
riverplot: Create a Sankey plot
riverplot.example: Generate an example for riverplot
riverplot-package: Sankey / ribbon diagrams
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All man pages Function index File listing

Man pages

colorRampPaletteAlpha: Color interpolation
curveseg: Draw a curved segment
makeRiver: Create a new riverplot object
minard: Minard Napoleon Russian campaign data
riverplot: Create a Sankey plot
riverplot.example: Generate an example for riverplot
riverplot-package: Sankey / ribbon diagrams
riverplot-styles: Riverplot styles

Functions

Files

NAMESPACE
NEWS
data
data/minard.rda
R
R/rampale.R
R/riverplot-package.R
R/importexport.R
R/minard.R
R/riverplot.example.R
R/styles.R
R/riverplot.R
R/mtx2conn.R
R/riverplot-styles.R
R/curveseg.R
R/riverplot-class.R
MD5
DESCRIPTION
ChangeLog
man
man/minard.Rd
man/figures
man/figures/example.jpg
man/figures/minard.jpg
man/riverplot.Rd
man/riverplot-styles.Rd
man/curveseg.Rd
man/riverplot.example.Rd
man/riverplot-package.Rd
man/makeRiver.Rd
man/colorRampPaletteAlpha.Rd
riverplot documentation built on May 19, 2017, 5:26 p.m.

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