export_graph_start
and export_graph_end
to export graphs. This is similar to the family of functions pdf_fit
, png_fit
, etc, and fit.off()
, but possibly more intuitive.plot_box
when a call of the form plot_box(var ~ 1, base)
was used.plot_box
when a call of the form plot_box(. ~ 1, base)
was used.pdftools::pdf_convert
popping when exporting graphs.ggplot2
graph exportationA new set of functions has been created to easily export figures that should fit in a document.
The five functions are pdf_fit
, png_fit
, jpeg_fit
, tiff_fit
and bmp_fit
.
First, if needed, you set the geometry of your document with setFplot_page
. Defaults to US-letter and normal margins => this is used to deduce the size the figures will take in the document.
When using pdf_fit
, instead of providing the height and width of the figure in absolute terms, you provide the fraction of the text-width the figure should take, and the target font-size at which the plotting text should be rendered. The size of the plotting text, once the figure is in the final document, is guaranteed.
Use fit.off
instead of dev.off
to close the device and you will get the exported graph displayed in the viewer pane! No need to open your file to see whether the export is proper, you have it automatically done!
plot_distr
setFplot_distr
to set most default values of the function plot_distr
.plot_distr
MAJOR CHANGE NOT RETRO COMPATIBLE: complete overhaul of the formula. Now the main argument ‘fml’ is of the form weights ~ var | moderator
(before it was var ~ moderator | weights
). Allows to use one-sided formulas.
Argument tick_5
becomes at_5
and can take three values: FALSE, “roman” or “line”. It is used to inform on the index of the bars by adding a small Roman number under every 5 bars (at_5 = "roman"
), or drawing a thick axis line every 5 bars (at_5 = "line"
). The default depends on the types of the data.
When fractions are displayed on top of the bars, very low numbers are now trucated (avoids having to display too small numbers).
The name of the moderator is now displayed in the yaxis when appropriate for within distributions.
Legend titles are now always displayed by default.
You can display the distribution for several weights at the same time.
Argument mod.method
has been revamped. It’s meaning has been split: mod.method
takes values in “side”, “split” or “stack” and two new arguments within
and total
have been created to define whether the distribution should be within each moderator or over the total distribution.
The argument trunc.method
now takes the values “auto”, “right” and “mid” (instead of “auto”, “trimRight” and “trimMid”).
The size of the bottom and left margins are now automatically adjusted so the text always fit.
Argument mod.select
now supports regular expressions.
New argument mod.NA
which display the distribution of missing values.
plot_lines
mod.select
now supports regular expressions.mod.NA
which display the distribution of missing values.mod.method = "splitXX"
is now supported with logarithmic datamod.method = "splitXX"
+ toLog=TRUE
: now supports the “other” column.labels.tilted=TRUE
now possible with logarithmic data.yaxis.num = TRUE
.yaxis.num = TRUE
in the presence of moderators could cause problems in special cases.mod.method = "splitxx"
and factor variables.mod.method = "sidexx"
and with the other columns (problem in the bar cutting).