This carefully curated collection of resources will help you find packages and learning resources to help you on your R journey.
ggmagnify, an R package, enhances ggplot visualizations by adding a 'magnifying glass' effect. It allows for the creation of magnified insets to highlight important areas of plots, offering flexible customization options like borders, shadows, and shapes (rectangular, elliptical, convex hull, arbitrary). The package, installable from GitHub or r-universe, provides functions to specify both the target region and the inset location using coordinates. The comprehensive examples cover various use cases, including faceting and maps, illustrating ggmagnify's capability to accentuate data points or regions for increased clarity in ggplot graphics.
ggplot2 is a system for declaratively creating graphics, based on The Grammar of Graphics.
ggplot2 Theme Elements Demonstration | Henry Wang
This is a demonstration by Henry Wang about customizing theme elements in ggplot2, a powerful package in R for data visualizations. The demonstration provides step-by-step instructions on how to identify and modify theme elements in ggplot2.
ggplot2: elegant graphics for data analysis
This is the online version of the work-in-progress 3rd edition of 'ggplot2: Elegant Graphics for Data Analysis'. The book focuses on explaining the Grammar of Graphics used in ggplot2 and provides details on the underlying theory. It is written by Hadley Wickham, Danielle Navarro, and Thomas Lin Pedersen.
ggtech is a package that provides ggplot2 tech themes, scales, and geoms for creating visually appealing plots in R.
The ggtext package provides simple Markdown and HTML rendering support for ggplot2 in R.