xgx_save

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Saving plot, automatically annotating the status and denoting the filenames

Saving plot, automatically annotating the status and denoting the filenames

Usage
xgx_save(width, height, dirs = NULL, filename_main = NULL,
  status = "DRAFT", g = ggplot2::last_plot(), filetype = "png",
  status_x = Inf, status_y = Inf, status_fontsize = 7)
Arguments
width

width of plot

height

height of plot

dirs

list of directories. If NULL or if directories missing, there is default behavior below

  1. parent_dir = Parent directory containing the Rscript and the Results folder, default getwd()

  2. rscript_dir = Subdirectory of parent_dir that contains the Rscript used to generate the figure, default "./"

  3. rscript_name= Name of the Rscript used to generate the figure, default "Name_Of_Script_Here.R"

  4. results_dir = Subdirectory ofparent_dir where the figure is stored, default "./"

  5. filename_prefix = prefix of filename to be appended to filename_main

filename_main

main part of the filename, excluding prefix and suffix. no default

status

status to be annotated

g

ggplot plot object, default is ggplot::last_plot()

filetype

file extension (e.g. "pdf","csv" etc.)

status_x

x location of the status in plot

status_y

y location of the status in plot

status_fontsize

font size for status in plot

Value

ggplot2 plot object

Aliases
  • xgx_save
Examples
# NOT RUN {
dirs <- list(parent_dir   = tempdir(),
             rscript_dir  = tempdir(),
             rscript_name = "example.R",
             results_dir  = tempdir(),
             filename_prefix = "example_")
data <- data.frame(x = 1:1000, y = stats::rnorm(1000))
ggplot2::ggplot(data = data, ggplot2::aes(x = x, y = y)) +
  ggplot2::geom_point()
xgx_save(4, 4, dirs, "Example", "DRAFT")

# }
Documentation reproduced from package xgxr, version 1.0.0, License: MIT + file LICENSE

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