Intro-to-seecolor-package

knitr::opts_chunk$set(
  collapse = TRUE,
  comment = "#>"
)
suppressMessages({
  library(seecolor)
  library(ggplot2)
  library(fansi)
  library(crayon)
})
old.hooks <- fansi::set_knit_hooks(knitr::knit_hooks)
options(crayon.enabled=TRUE)

1. Use the cursor to select object to print in the console.

# Highlight objects by cursor to show the contained colors
pick_color()

# Change output styles, "ribbon" or "mosaic"
pick_color(type = "r")

# Change the length of the color blocks
pick_color(blank.len = 1)

Pick colors

2. Use print_color to print color literals, palettes and ggplot2 objects.

Note: the colors may appear not distingushable in the html version, but they always work fine in console.

print_color(c("red", "navy", "pink", "#E58700", "limegreen"))
print_color(c("red", "navy", "pink", "#E58700", "limegreen"), 
            type = "r")

print_color(palette(rainbow(6)), blank.len = 1)
print_color(palette(rainbow(6)), type = 'r')

p1 <- ggplot(mpg) +
  geom_point(aes(displ, cyl, color = manufacturer))
print_color(p1)
print_color(p1, type = 'r')

3. Use open_sample() to open a sample file to have an instant try.

# Open the pre-defined test file
open_sample()


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seecolor documentation built on Dec. 8, 2020, 1:07 a.m.