Jittered scatter plots in
gf_jitter( object = NULL, gformula = NULL, data = NULL, ..., alpha, color, size, shape, fill, width, height, group, stroke, xlab, ylab, title, subtitle, caption, geom = "point", stat = "identity", position = "jitter", show.legend = NA, show.help = NULL, inherit = TRUE, environment = parent.frame() )
When chaining, this holds an object produced in the earlier portions of the chain. Most users can safely ignore this argument. See details and examples.
A formula with shape
y ~ x.
Faceting can be achieved by including
| in the formula.
A data frame with the variables to be plotted.
Additional arguments. Typically these are
(a) ggplot2 aesthetics to be set with
attribute = value,
(b) ggplot2 aesthetics to be mapped with
attribute = ~ expression, or
(c) attributes of the layer as a whole, which are set with
attribute = value.
Opacity (0 = invisible, 1 = opaque).
A color or a formula used for mapping color.
A numeric size or a formula used for mapping size.
An integer or letter shape or a formula used for mapping shape.
A color for filling, or a formula used for mapping fill.
Amount of horizontal jitter.
Amount of vertical jitter.
Used for grouping.
A numeric size of the border or a formula used to map stroke.
Label for x-axis. See also
Label for y-axis. See also
Title, sub-title, and caption for the plot.
A character string naming the geom used to make the layer.
A character string naming the stat used to make the layer.
Either a character string naming the position function used for the layer or a position object returned from a call to a position function.
A logical indicating whether this layer should be included in
NA, the default, includes layer in the legends if any
of the attributes of the layer are mapped.
TRUE, display some minimal help.
A logical indicating whether default attributes are inherited.
An environment in which to look for variables not found in
a gg object
Positional attributes (a.k.a, aesthetics) are specified using the formula in
Setting and mapping of additional attributes can be done through the
use of additional arguments.
Attributes can be set can be set using arguments of the form
attribute = value or
mapped using arguments of the form
attribute = ~ expression.
In formulas of the form
A | B,
B will be used to form facets using
This provides an alternative to
gf_facet_grid() that is terser and may feel more familiar to users
Evaluation of the ggplot2 code occurs in the environment of
This will typically do the right thing when formulas are created on the fly, but might not
be the right thing if formulas created in one environment are used to create plots
gf_jitter() #> gf_jitter() uses #> * a formula with shape y ~ x. #> * geom: point #> * position: jitter #> * key attributes: alpha, color, size, shape, fill, width, height, group, #> stroke #> #> For more information, try ?gf_jitter # without jitter gf_point(age ~ sex, alpha = 0.25, data = mosaicData::HELPrct) # jitter only horizontally gf_jitter(age ~ sex, alpha = 0.25, data = mosaicData::HELPrct, width = 0.2, height = 0) # alternative way to get jitter gf_point(age ~ sex, alpha = 0.25, data = mosaicData::HELPrct, position = "jitter", width = 0.2, height = 0 )