Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

View source: R/plotting_functions.R

plots each vector in your list as a group with the data forming a histogram; draws a line at the mean for eaach group

1 2 3 4 5 6 | ```
beeStrip(data, lab = rep(c(), length(data)), point_size = 1.4,
beeMethod = "center", line_color = "red", line_width = 3, jitter = T,
point_col = viridis(length(data) + 2)[1:length(data)],
y_limits = c(min(unlist(data), na.rm = T), max(unlist(data), na.rm = T)),
median = FALSE, rug = TRUE, sample_size = T, IQR = F, side = -1,
...)
``` |

`data` |
list of groups you want to plot where length(data) = number of groups |

`lab` |
labels for each group |

`point_size` |
size of the individual data points. default is 1.4 |

`beeMethod` |
see beeswarm(). default is "center" |

`line_color` |
color of line drawn at the mean for each group. default is "red" |

`line_width` |
width of the line drawn at the mean. default is 3.0 |

`jitter` |
logical. should the data be jittered? defaults to TRUE |

`point_col` |
vector of colors. defaults to viridis colors |

`y_limits` |
you know this one |

`median` |
logical. should a diamond for the median be plotted? |

`rug` |
logical. should a rug plot be plotted on the right side of the plot? |

`sample_size` |
logical. should the sample size be plotted beneath each group? |

`IQR` |
logical. Should a line representing the IQR for each group be plotted? |

`...` |
other arguments to par() |

None

1 2 | ```
beeStrip(list(rnorm(50,50,5),rnorm(30,40,6),rnorm(10,60,2),rnorm(60,50,10),rnorm(30,39,4)),point_col=wes_palette(5, name = "Zissou"),line_color="black",median=T)
beeStrip(list(iris %>% filter(Species=="setosa") %>% .$Sepal.Length, iris %>% filter(Species=="versicolor") %>% .$Sepal.Length, iris %>% filter(Species=="virginica") %>% .$Sepal.Length),lab=c("setosa","versicolor","virginica"),ylab="sepal length",main="beeStrip()",xlab="species")
``` |

lukereding/redingPlot documentation built on May 21, 2017, 3:44 p.m.

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