rvg is a set of graphics devices that produces Vector Graphics outputs. This package is providing:
- SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) with
dsvg. The graphic can be made interactive (tooltip, onclick and id attribute manipulation). To make that work in an HTML document, check for dependencies
d3.jsin the document. This is the svg device used by package ggiraph.
- DrawingML for Microsoft PowerPoint with
dml_pptxand for Microsoft Excel with
dml_xlsx. Theses formats let users edit the graphic elements (editable graphics) within PowerPoint or Excel and have a very good rendering.
These raw XML outputs cannot be used as is. Functions
ph_with_vg_at() can be used with package
officer to add vector graphics in PowerPoint documents.
library(rvg) library(ggplot2) library(officer) doc <- read_pptx() doc <- add_slide(doc, layout = "Title and Content", master = "Office Theme") doc <- ph_with_vg(doc, code = barplot(1:10), type = "body") print(doc, target = "my_plot.pptx")
xl_add_vg() is the equivalent for Excel workbooks.
doc <- read_xlsx() doc <- xl_add_vg(doc, sheet = "Feuil1", code = print(gg), width = 6, height = 6, left = 1, top = 2 ) print(doc, target = "vg.xlsx")
By default, theses graphics are editable, element edition can be disabled with option
editable = FALSE. For more details, read officer article graphics.
You can get the development version from GitHub:
Install the CRAN version: