“No matter how many weapons you have, no matter how great your technology might be, the world cannot live without love!” —Castle in the Sky (1986)
｡◕‿‿◕｡ Sprinkle some Studio Ghibli palette magic over your plots ｡◕‿‿◕｡
Install the latest stable version on CRAN…
…or get the development version from GitHub.
# install package from github remotes::install_github("ewenme/ghibli")
ghibli provides 9 unique palettes, with a light, medium and dark
variant for each.
# load package library(ghibli) # display palettes w/ names par(mfrow=c(9,3)) for(i in names(ghibli_palettes)) print(ghibli_palette(i))
N.B. the palettes are exposed in YAML format for easier porting to new libraries.
All colour palettes are stored as
color objects (courtesy of the
ghibli_palettes with extremely cute printing (if
crayon is installed) and plotting
methods to help you preview flavours.
In the wild
ghibli provides relevant scales for use with
ggplot2. It only
ggplot2 in order to stay lightweight, but if available you
can use the
library(ggplot2) # ggplot stuff ggplot(iris, aes(Sepal.Length, Sepal.Width, color = Species)) + geom_jitter(size = 3) + theme_minimal() + # ghibli stuff scale_colour_ghibli_d("LaputaMedium", direction = -1)
- Get citation information for ghibli in R with
citation(package = 'ghibli')
- Please note that the ghibli project is released with a Contributor Code of Conduct. By contributing to this project, you agree to abide by its terms.
- This package was largely inspired by Karthik Ram’s
- The palettes themselves come from Movies in Color. Go check ’em.