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README.md

rPackedBar

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Packed Bar Charts in R with Plotly (Introducing Packed Bars)

This small package is an adaptation of the packed bar chart introduced by XanGregg in a JMP User Community Post (XanGregg's packed bar git repo). The package currently consists of only 1 function to make a packed bar chart using plotly.

Output

Usage

#install package from github
devtools::install_github("AdamSpannbauer/rPackedBar")

#use sample data from treemap package
data(GNI2014, package = 'treemap')
data.table::setDT(GNI2014)

#inspect raw data
head(GNI2014)
#    iso3          country     continent population    GNI
# 1:  BMU          Bermuda North America      67837 106140
# 2:  NOR           Norway        Europe    4676305 103630
# 3:  QAT            Qatar          Asia     833285  92200
# 4:  CHE      Switzerland        Europe    7604467  88120
# 5:  MAC Macao SAR, China          Asia     559846  76270
# 6:  LUX       Luxembourg        Europe     491775  75990

#summarize data to plot
my_input_data = GNI2014[,sum(population), by=country]
#inspect data to plot
head(my_input_data)
#             country      V1
# 1:          Bermuda   67837
# 2:           Norway 4676305
# 3:            Qatar  833285
# 4:      Switzerland 7604467
# 5: Macao SAR, China  559846
# 6:       Luxembourg  491775

#packed bar with default settings
plotly_packed_bar(my_input_data,
                  label_column = 'country',
                  value_column = 'V1')

#customized packed bar
plotly_packed_bar(my_input_data,
                  label_column    = 'country',
                  value_column    = 'V1',
                  number_rows     = 4,
                  plot_title      = 'Population 2014',
                  xaxis_label     = 'Population',
                  hover_label     = 'Population',
                  min_label_width = .025,
                  color_bar_color ='orange')