gganimate: A Grammar of Animated Graphics


The grammar of graphics as implemented in the 'ggplot2' package has been successful in providing a powerful API for creating static visualisation. In order to extend the API for animated graphics this package provides a completely new set of grammar, fully compatible with 'ggplot2' for specifying transitions and animations in a flexible and extensible way.

Good starting points

The animate() function documentation describes how to specify how the animation is rendered, whereas the documentation for the different transition functions, e.g. transition_states(), describe how to declare the animation.

Both ease_aes() and the different enter and exit functions are good to understand in order to modify tweening of the animation.

Apart from the included documentation there is also a few web ressources worth mentioning:

  • The gganimate wiki includes user supplied example walkthroughs

  • The learngganimate project by rOpenSci Labs includes a long range of detailed explorations of the different gganimate functions

See Also

Useful links:

  • gganimate-package
Documentation reproduced from package gganimate, version 1.0.7, License: MIT + file LICENSE

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