add_trace

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Add a trace to a plotly visualization

Add a trace to a plotly visualization

Usage
add_trace(p = last_plot(), ..., group, color, colors, symbol, symbols, size,
  data = NULL, evaluate = FALSE)
Arguments
p

A plotly object.

...

These arguments are documented in the references section below. Note that acceptable arguments depend on the trace type.

group

Either a variable name or a vector to use for grouping. If used, a different trace will be created for each unique value.

color

Either a variable name or a vector to use for color mapping.

colors

Either a colorbrewer2.org palette name (e.g. "YlOrRd" or "Blues"), or a vector of colors to interpolate in hexadecimal "#RRGGBB" format, or a color interpolation function like colorRamp.

symbol

Either a variable name or a (discrete) vector to use for symbol encoding.

symbols

A character vector of symbol types. Possible values: 'dot', 'cross', 'diamond', 'square', 'triangle-down', 'triangle-left', 'triangle-right', 'triangle-up'

size

A variable name or numeric vector to encode the size of markers.

data

A data frame to associate with this trace (optional). If not provided, arguments are evaluated using the data frame in plot_ly().

evaluate

logical. Evaluate arguments when this function is called?

References

https://plot.ly/r/reference/

See Also

plot_ly()

Aliases
  • add_trace
Documentation reproduced from package plotly, version 3.6.0, License: MIT + file LICENSE

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