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Add a plot into an bsdoc object

Add a plot into the bsdoc object.

Usage
# S3 method for bsdoc
addPlot(doc, fun, pointsize = getOption("ReporteRs-fontsize"),
  vector.graphic = T, width = 6, height = 6,
  fontname = getOption("ReporteRs-default-font"),
  par.properties = parCenter(padding = 5), ...)
Arguments
doc

Object of class bsdoc where paragraph has to be added

fun

plot function. The function will be executed to produce graphics. For grid or lattice or ggplot object, the function should just be print and an extra argument x should specify the object to plot. For traditionnal plots, the function should contain plot instructions. See examples.

width

plot width in inches (default value is 6).

height

plot height in inches (default value is 6).

vector.graphic

logical scalar, default to FALSE. If TRUE, vector graphics are produced instead of PNG images. If TRUE, vector graphics are RaphaelJS instructions(transformed as SVG).

pointsize

the default pointsize of plotted text in pixels, default to 12.

fontname

the default font family to use, default to getOption("ReporteRs-default-font").

par.properties

paragraph formatting properties of the paragraph that contains plot(s). An object of class parProperties

...

arguments for fun.

Value

an object of class bsdoc.

See Also

bsdoc, addPlot

Aliases
  • addPlot.bsdoc
Examples
# NOT RUN {
#START_TAG_TEST
doc.filename = "addPlot_bsdoc/example.html"

# set default font size to 11
options( "ReporteRs-fontsize" = 11 )

doc = bsdoc( )

doc = addTitle( doc, "Title example 1", level = 1 )
# Add a base plot
# set vector.graphic to FALSE if Word version
#   used to read the file is <= 2007
doc = addPlot( doc, fun = plot
  , x = rnorm( 100 ), y = rnorm (100 )
  , main = "base plot main title"
  , vector.graphic = TRUE
  , width = 5, height = 7
  , par.properties = parProperties(text.align = "left")
)


doc = addTitle( doc, "Title example 2", level = 1 )
# load ggplot2
require( ggplot2 )

# create a ggplot2 plot
myplot = qplot(Sepal.Length, Petal.Length, data = iris
  , color = Species, size = Petal.Width, alpha = I(0.7) )

# Add myplot into object doc
#   myplot is assigned to argument 'x' because function 'print' on ggplot
#   objects is expecting argument 'x'.
doc = addPlot( doc = doc, fun = print, x = myplot )


doc = addTitle( doc, "Title example 3", level = 1 )
###########################################################
# Create lm.D9, a lm object
ctl = c(4.17,5.58,5.18,6.11,4.50,4.61,5.17,4.53,5.33,5.14)
trt = c(4.81,4.17,4.41,3.59,5.87,3.83,6.03,4.89,4.32,4.69)
group = gl(2, 10, 20, labels = c("Ctl","Trt"))
weight = c(ctl, trt)
lm.D9 = lm(weight ~ group)

# add the 6 plots into the document
doc = addPlot( doc, plot, x = lm.D9, width = 6, height = 7 )

# Write the object
writeDoc( doc, file = doc.filename )
#STOP_TAG_TEST
# }
Documentation reproduced from package ReporteRs, version 0.6.9, License: GPL-3

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