Plotting ggplot2 Graphics in an XKCD Style

Plotting ggplot2 graphs using the XKCD style.


News

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  • xkcd 0.0.6

** External Updated to be used with ggplot2 version >=3.0.0. Mayor changes in aesthetics functions.

  • xkcdline:
    • Aesthetic specifications change: aes(x,y,xend, yend) (Originally, it was aes(xbegin,ybegin, xend, yend)). Example: ggplot() + xkcdline(mapping=aes(x=x1 +y1, y=y1, xend =xend, yend= yend, color = model), data=data) ** Internal
  • pointssegment: replaced xbegin and ybegin by x and y.
  • xkcdline: New form to work with aesthetics
  • createdefaultmappinganddata: New form to work with aesthetics
  • mappingjoin2: Removed unknown aesthetics
  • xkcdman: xbegin and yend removed.
  • xkcdrect: Border lines are updated
  • xkcd 0.0.5

** External

  • DESCRIPTION: Title field in title case
  • change NEWS file

** Internal

  • ggplot 2.0 does not like ... I disable this option in xkcdline

Reference manual

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install.packages("xkcd")

0.0.6 by Emilio Torres-Manzanera, a year ago


Browse source code at https://github.com/cran/xkcd


Authors: Emilio Torres-Manzanera


Documentation:   PDF Manual  


GPL-3 license


Imports Hmisc, stats

Depends on ggplot2, extrafont


See at CRAN