e_candle: Candlestick

Description Usage Arguments See Also Examples

View source: R/add.R

Description

Add a candlestick chart.

Usage

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e_candle(e, opening, closing, low, high, bind, name = NULL, legend = TRUE, ...)

e_candle_(
  e,
  opening,
  closing,
  low,
  high,
  bind = NULL,
  name = NULL,
  legend = TRUE,
  ...
)

Arguments

e

An echarts4r object as returned by e_charts or a proxy as returned by echarts4rProxy.

opening, closing, low, high

Stock prices.

bind

Binding between datasets, namely for use of e_brush.

name

name of the serie.

legend

Whether to add serie to legend.

...

Any other option to pass, check See Also section.

See Also

Additional arguments

Examples

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date <- c(
  "2017-01-01",
  "2017-01-02",
  "2017-01-03",
  "2017-01-04",
  "2017-03-05",
  "2017-01-06",
  "2017-01-07"
)

stock <- data.frame(
  date = date,
  opening = c(200.60, 200.22, 198.43, 199.05, 203.54, 203.40, 208.34),
  closing = c(200.72, 198.85, 199.05, 203.73, 204.08, 208.11, 211.88),
  low = c(197.82, 198.07, 197.90, 198.10, 202.00, 201.50, 207.60),
  high = c(203.32, 200.67, 200.00, 203.95, 204.90, 208.44, 213.17)
)

stock |>
  e_charts(date) |>
  e_candle(opening, closing, low, high) |>
  e_y_axis(min = 190, max = 220)

JohnCoene/echarts4 documentation built on July 27, 2021, 5:20 p.m.