plotCount

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Plot count data with ggplot2

Create a bar plot of count (frequency) data that is stored in a data.frame or table.

Usage
plotCount(x, ...)
Arguments
x

A data.frame or table. See 'Details' for more information.

...

Extra parameters to pass to the barplot. Any parameter that geom_bar() accepts can be used. For example, fill = "red" can be used fto make the bars red.

Details

The argument to this function is expected to be either a data.frame or a table.

If a data.frame is provided, it must have exactly two columns: the first column contains the unique values in the data, and the second column is the corresponding integer frequencies to each value.

If a table is provided, it must have exactly one row: the rownames are the unique values in the data, and the row values are the corresponding integer frequencies to each value.

Value

A ggplot2 object that can be have more layers added onto it.

Aliases
  • plotCount
Examples
# NOT RUN {
plotCount(table(infert$education))
df <- data.frame("vehicle" = c("bicycle", "car", "unicycle", "Boeing747"),
                 "NumWheels" = c(2, 4, 1, 16))
plotCount(df) + removeGridX()
# }
Documentation reproduced from package ggExtra, version 0.9, License: MIT + file LICENSE

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