Bin data for dot plot.
Missing values are currently silently dropped. If weights are used, they must be integer values.
stat_bindot(mapping = NULL, data = NULL, geom = "dotplot", position = "identity", binwidth = NULL, origin = NULL, width = 0.9, binaxis = "x", method = "dotdensity", binpositions = "bygroup", drop = FALSE, right = TRUE, na.rm = FALSE, ...)
- The axis to bin along, "x" (default) or "y"
- "dotdensity" (default) for dot-density binning, or "histodot" for fixed bin widths (like stat_bin)
methodis "dotdensity, this specifies maximum bin width. When
methodis "histodot", this specifies bin width. Defaults to 1/30 of the range of the data
methodis "dotdensity", "bygroup" (default) determines positions of the bins for each group separately. "all" determines positions of the bins with all the data taken together; this is used for aligning dot stacks across multiple
methodis "histodot", origin of first bin
methodis "histodot", should intervals be closed on the right (a, b], or not [a, b)
binaxisis "y", the spacing of the dot stacks for dodging.
FALSE(the default), removes missing values with a warning. If
TRUEsilently removes missing values.
- If TRUE, remove all bins with zero counts
- The aesthetic mapping, usually constructed
aes_string. Only needs to be set at the layer level if you are overriding the plot defaults.
- A layer specific dataset - only needed if you want to override the plot defaults.
- The geometric object to use display the data
- The position adjustment to use for overlappling points on this layer
- other arguments passed on to
layer. This can include aesthetics whose values you want to set, not map. See
layerfor more details.
- New data frame with additional columns:
x center of each bin, if binaxis is "x" y center of each bin, if binaxis is "x" binwidth max width of each bin if method is "dotdensity"; width of each bin if method is "histodot" count number of points in bin ncount count, scaled to maximum of 1 density density of points in bin, scaled to integrate to 1, if method is "histodot" ndensity density, scaled to maximum of 1, if method is "histodot"
geom_dotplot for examples.
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