op_transform: Oblique projection helper function

Description Usage Arguments Details Value See Also Examples

View source: R/op_transform.R

Description

Guesses z coordinates and sorting order to more easily make 3D graphics with pmap_piece.

Usage

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op_transform(
  df,
  ...,
  cfg = getOption("piecepackr.cfg", pp_cfg()),
  envir = getOption("piecepackr.envir"),
  op_angle = getOption("piecepackr.op_angle", 45),
  pt_thickness = 0.01,
  as_top = character(0),
  cfg_class = "list"
)

Arguments

df

A data frame with coordinates and dimensions in inches

...

Ignored

cfg

Piecepack configuration list or pp_cfg object, a list of pp_cfg objects, or a character vector of pp_cfg objects

envir

Environment (or named list) containing configuration list(s).

op_angle

Intended oblique projection angle (used for re-sorting)

pt_thickness

Thickness of pyramid tip i.e. value to add to the z-value of a pyramid top if it is a (weakly) smaller ranked pyramid (top) placed on top of a larger ranked pyramid (top).

as_top

Character vector of components whose “side” should be converted to “top” e.g. c("pawn_face").

cfg_class

Either "list" (default) or "character". Desired class of the cfg column in the returned tibble. "list" is more efficient for use with pmap_piece() but geom_piece() needs "character".

Details

The heuristics used to generate guesses for z coordinates and sorting order aren't guaranteed to work in every case. In some cases you may get better sorting results by changing the op_angle or the dimensions of pieces.

Value

A tibble with extra columns added and re-sorted rows

See Also

https://trevorldavis.com/piecepackr/3d-projections.html for more details and examples of oblique projections in piecepackr.

Examples

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df <- tibble::tibble(piece_side="tile_back",
                     x=c(2,2,2,4,6,6,4,2,5),
                     y=c(4,4,4,4,4,2,2,2,3))
pmap_piece(df, op_angle=135, trans=op_transform,
           op_scale=0.5, default.units="in")

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