autoplot.microbenchmark

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Autoplot method for microbenchmark objects: Prettier graphs for microbenchmark using ggplot2

Uses ggplot2 to produce a more legible graph of microbenchmark timings

Usage
autoplot.microbenchmark(object, ..., log = TRUE, y_max = 1.05 *
  max(object$time))
Arguments
object

A microbenchmark object

Ignored

log

If TRUE the time axis will be on log scale.

y_max

The upper limit of the y axis (defaults to 5 percent more than the maximum value)

Value

A ggplot2 plot

Aliases
  • autoplot.microbenchmark
Examples
# NOT RUN {
if (require("ggplot2")) {

tm <- microbenchmark(rchisq(100, 0),
                     rchisq(100, 1),
                     rchisq(100, 2),
                     rchisq(100, 3),
                     rchisq(100, 5), times=1000L)
autoplot(tm)
}
# }
Documentation reproduced from package microbenchmark, version 1.4-4, License: BSD_2_clause + file LICENSE

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