11.40 Line Chart Log Custom Labels

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mm <- function(x) { sprintf("%smm", x) }

ds                                                                    %>%
  filter(rainfall != 0)                                               %>%
  ggplot(aes(x=rainfall))                                              +
  geom_density()                                                       +
  scale_x_log10(breaks=c(1, 10, 100), labels=mm)                       +
  annotation_logticks(sides="bt")                                      +
  theme(legend.position="none")

% %———————————————————————– % ## Pairs Plot: Using ggpairs() % %———————————————————————–

% <<ggplot2:ggpairs, echo=FALSE, fig.width=12, fig.height=12, out.width=‘\textwidth,’ message=FALSE} % weather[c(3,4,6,7,10,19,22,24)] %>% % na.omit() %>% % ggpairs(cardinality_threshold=16) % @

% <<ggplot2:ggpairs_echo, eval=FALSE} % @

% A sophisticated pairs plot, as delivered by GGally::ggpairs() from % , brings together many of the kinds of plots we have % already seen to compare pairs of variables. Here we have used it to % plot the dataset from . We see % scatter plotes, histograms, and box plots in the pairs plot.



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