R/xpose_save.R

Defines functions xpose_save

Documented in xpose_save

#' Save xpose plot
#'
#' @description Built as a wrapper around \link[ggplot2]{ggsave}, this function
#'   facilitates the export of xpose plots.
#'
#' @param plot A xpose plot object.
#' @param file A name with file extension (if device is \code{NULL}) to be given
#'   to the output file. Template variables such as \code{@run} (run number) and
#'   \code{@plotfun} (plot function) can be used to automatically name files
#'   e.g. \code{file = '@run_@plotfun.pdf'}.
#' @param dir Directory under which the xpose plots will be saved. Template
#'   variables such as \code{@dir} can be used to generate template names.
#' @param device Graphical device to use. Can be either be a device function
#'   (e.g. \code{\link{png}}), or one of 'eps', 'ps', 'tex' (pictex), 'pdf',
#'   'jpeg', 'tiff', 'png', 'bmp', 'svg' or 'wmf' (windows only).
#' @param scale Multiplicative scaling factor.
#' @param width,height,units Plot size in in \code{units} ("in", "cm", "mm", or
#'   "px"). If not supplied, uses the size of current graphics device.
#' @param dpi  Plot resolution. Also accepts a string input: "retina" (320),
#'   "print" (300), or "screen" (72). Applies only to raster output types.
#' @param limitsize When \code{TRUE} (the default), \code{xpose_save()} will not
#'   save images larger than 50x50 inches, to prevent the common error of
#'   specifying dimensions in pixels.
#' @param bg Background color. If \code{NULL}, uses the \code{plot.background}
#'   fill value from the plot theme.
#' @param ... Other arguments passed on to the graphics device function, as
#'   specified by \code{device}.
#'
#' @examples
#' \dontrun{
#' xpdb_ex_pk %>%
#'  dv_vs_ipred() %>%
#'  xpose_save(file = file.path(tempdir(), "dv_vs_ipred_example.pdf"))
#' }
#' @export
xpose_save <- function(plot      = last_plot(),
                       file      = NULL,
                       dir       = NULL,
                       device    = NULL,
                       scale     = 1,
                       width     = 7,
                       height    = 6,
                       units     = c('in', 'cm', 'mm', "px"),
                       dpi       = 200,
                       limitsize = TRUE,
                       bg        = NULL,
                       ...) {
  
  if (is.null(plot)) {
    stop('Argument `plot` required.', call. = FALSE)
  } else if (is.null(file)) {
    stop('Argument `file` required.', call. = FALSE)
  }
  
  # Parse the dir and file arguments for keywords
  if (!is.null(dir)) {
    dir <- parse_title(string = dir, xpdb = plot$xpose,
                       problem = plot$xpose$problem, quiet = plot$xpose$quiet,
                       extra_key = 'plotfun', extra_value = plot$xpose$fun)
  }
  
  file <- parse_title(string = file, xpdb = plot$xpose,
                      problem = plot$xpose$problem, quiet = plot$xpose$quiet,
                      extra_key = 'plotfun', extra_value = plot$xpose$fun)
  
  
  # Add device to file
  if (!is.null(device) && !is.function(device) && !grepl('\\.[[:alnum:]]+$', file)) {
    file <- paste0(file, '.', device)
  }
  
  # Call ggsave
  ggsave(
    plot = plot, filename = file, path = dir, device = device, 
    width = width, height = height, scale = scale, bg = bg,
    units = match.arg(units, c('in', 'cm', 'mm', "px")), 
    dpi = dpi, limitsize = limitsize, ...
    )
}

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