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Set guides for each scale

Guides for each scale can be set scale-by-scale with the guide argument, or en masse with guides().

Usage
guides(...)
Arguments
...
List of scale name-guide pairs. The guide can either be a string (i.e. "colorbar" or "legend"), or a call to a guide function (i.e. guide_colourbar or guide_legend) specifying additional arguments.
Value

A list containing the mapping between scale and guide.

See Also

Other guides: guide_colourbar, guide_legend

Aliases
  • guides
Examples
library(ggplot2) # ggplot object dat <- data.frame(x = 1:5, y = 1:5, p = 1:5, q = factor(1:5), r = factor(1:5)) p <- ggplot(dat, aes(x, y, colour = p, size = q, shape = r)) + geom_point() # without guide specification p # Show colorbar guide for colour. # All these examples below have a same effect. p + guides(colour = "colorbar", size = "legend", shape = "legend") p + guides(colour = guide_colorbar(), size = guide_legend(), shape = guide_legend()) p + scale_colour_continuous(guide = "colorbar") + scale_size_discrete(guide = "legend") + scale_shape(guide = "legend") # Remove some guides p + guides(colour = "none") p + guides(colour = "colorbar",size = "none") # Guides are integrated where possible p + guides(colour = guide_legend("title"), size = guide_legend("title"), shape = guide_legend("title")) # same as g <- guide_legend("title") p + guides(colour = g, size = g, shape = g) p + theme(legend.position = "bottom") # position of guides # Set order for multiple guides ggplot(mpg, aes(displ, cty)) + geom_point(aes(size = hwy, colour = cyl, shape = drv)) + guides( colour = guide_colourbar(order = 1), shape = guide_legend(order = 2), size = guide_legend(order = 3) )
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