as_labeller

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Coerce to labeller function

This transforms objects to labeller functions. Used internally by labeller().

Usage
as_labeller(x, default = label_value, multi_line = TRUE)
Arguments
x
Object to coerce to a labeller function. If a named character vector, it is used as a lookup table before being passed on to default. If a non-labeller function, it is assumed it takes and returns character vectors and is applied to the labels. If a labeller, it is simply applied to the labels.
default
Default labeller to process the labels produced by lookup tables or modified by non-labeller functions.
multi_line
Whether to display the labels of multiple factors on separate lines. This is passed to the labeller function.
See Also

labeller(), labellers

Aliases
  • as_labeller
Examples
p <- ggplot(mtcars, aes(disp, drat)) + geom_point()
p + facet_wrap(~am)

# Rename labels on the fly with a lookup character vector
to_string <- as_labeller(c(`0` = "Zero", `1` = "One"))
p + facet_wrap(~am, labeller = to_string)

# Quickly transform a function operating on character vectors to a
# labeller function:
appender <- function(string, suffix = "-foo") paste0(string, suffix)
p + facet_wrap(~am, labeller = as_labeller(appender))

# If you have more than one facetting variable, be sure to dispatch
# your labeller to the right variable with labeller()
p + facet_grid(cyl ~ am, labeller = labeller(am = to_string))
Documentation reproduced from package ggplot2, version 2.1.0, License: GPL-2

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