ggplot2 (version 3.3.2)

draw_key: Key glyphs for legends

Description

Each geom has an associated function that draws the key when the geom needs to be displayed in a legend. These functions are called draw_key_*(), where * stands for the name of the respective key glyph. The key glyphs can be customized for individual geoms by providing a geom with the key_glyph argument (see layer() or examples below.)

Usage

draw_key_point(data, params, size)

draw_key_abline(data, params, size)

draw_key_rect(data, params, size)

draw_key_polygon(data, params, size)

draw_key_blank(data, params, size)

draw_key_boxplot(data, params, size)

draw_key_crossbar(data, params, size)

draw_key_path(data, params, size)

draw_key_vpath(data, params, size)

draw_key_dotplot(data, params, size)

draw_key_pointrange(data, params, size)

draw_key_smooth(data, params, size)

draw_key_text(data, params, size)

draw_key_label(data, params, size)

draw_key_vline(data, params, size)

draw_key_timeseries(data, params, size)

Arguments

data

A single row data frame containing the scaled aesthetics to display in this key

params

A list of additional parameters supplied to the geom.

size

Width and height of key in mm.

Value

A grid grob.

Examples

# NOT RUN {
p <- ggplot(economics, aes(date, psavert, color = "savings rate"))
# key glyphs can be specified by their name
p + geom_line(key_glyph = "timeseries")

# key glyphs can be specified via their drawing function
p + geom_line(key_glyph = draw_key_rect)
# }