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Interactive grammar of graphics

ggvis implements a interactive grammar of graphics, taking the best parts of ggplot2, combining them with shiny's reactive framework and drawing web graphics using vega.

Owner
513560? rstudio
Last updated
13/06/2014
Stars
218
Created
30/04/2013
Author(s):
Version:
0.1.0.99
License:
GPL-2
Maintainer:
Winston Chang <winston@rstudio.com>

Topics in manual of R package ggvis

A
  • add_scale_defaults
  • as.vega
  • auto_split
  • B
  • band
  • Brush-class
  • by_group
  • C
  • Click-class
  • compute
  • connect
  • D
  • datasource
  • default_opts
  • default_scale
  • E
  • EventBroker-class
  • export_png
  • F
  • fullseq
  • G
  • ggvis
  • ggvisControlGroup
  • ggvisControlOutput
  • ggvis_message
  • guess
  • guide_axis
  • guide_legend
  • H
  • handler
  • Hover-class
  • I
  • input
  • input_checkbox
  • input_select
  • input_slider
  • input_text
  • is.dynamic
  • is.ggvis
  • K
  • Keyboard-class
  • L
  • last_vis
  • layer
  • layer_line
  • left_right
  • linked_brush
  • M
  • mainTopPanel
  • mark
  • marks
  • O
  • opts
  • P
  • padding
  • pipe
  • pipeline
  • plus-.layer
  • print.ggvis
  • prop
  • props
  • proptype_to_scale
  • prop_domain
  • prop_range
  • prop_to_scale
  • Q
  • qvis
  • R
  • resize
  • Resize-class
  • S
  • save_spec
  • scale
  • scales
  • scale_ordinal
  • scale_quantitative
  • scale_time
  • shiny
  • show_tooltip
  • sidebarBottomPage
  • sidebarBottomPanel
  • split_df
  • T
  • tooltip
  • transform
  • transform_bin
  • transform_density
  • transform_manip
  • transform_scale
  • transform_smooth
  • transform_sort
  • transform_stack
  • V
  • vector_type
  • vega_data_parser
  • W
  • waggle
  • Documentation reproduced from package ggvis, version 0.1.0.99, License:

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