normal_dist: Make and annotate a normal distribution with 'ggplot2'

View source: R/normal_dist.R

normal_distR Documentation

Make and annotate a normal distribution with ggplot2

Description

normal_dist() is a convenience function for making a plot of a normal distribution with annotated areas underneath the normal curve.

Usage

normal_dist(curvecolor, fillcolor, fontfamily)

Arguments

curvecolor

What color should the curve itself be. Any ggplot2-recognized format should do here.

fillcolor

What color should the area underneath the curve be. Any ggplot2-recognized format should do here.

fontfamily

Font family for labeling areas underneath the curve. OPTIONAL. You can omit this if you'd like.

Details

The normal distribution is a standard normal distribution with a mean of 0 and a standard deviation of 1.

Value

The function returns a fancy plot of a normal distribution annotated with areas underneath the hood. Note that whatever color is supplied in fillcolor is automatically lightened for areas further from the center of the curve.

Examples


library(stevemisc)
normal_dist("blue","red")
normal_dist("purple","orange")

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