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# Create a new layer
# Layer objects store the layer of an object.
#
# They have the following attributes:
#
# * data
# * geom + parameters
# * statistic + parameters
# * position + parameters
# * aesthetic mapping
#
# Can think about grob creation as a series of data frame transformations.
Layer <- proto(expr = {
geom <- NULL
geom_params <- NULL
stat <- NULL
stat_params <- NULL
data <- NULL
mapping <- NULL
position <- NULL
params <- NULL
inherit.aes <- FALSE
new <- function (., geom=NULL, geom_params=NULL, stat=NULL, stat_params=NULL, data=NULL, mapping=NULL, position=NULL, params=NULL, ..., inherit.aes = TRUE, legend = NA, subset = NULL) {
if (is.null(geom) && is.null(stat)) stop("Need at least one of stat and geom")
data <- fortify(data)
if (!is.null(mapping) && !inherits(mapping, "uneval")) stop("Mapping should be a list of unevaluated mappings created by aes or aes_string")
if (is.character(geom)) geom <- Geom$find(geom)
if (is.character(stat)) stat <- Stat$find(stat)
if (is.character(position)) position <- Position$find(position)$new()
if (is.null(geom)) geom <- stat$default_geom()
if (is.null(stat)) stat <- geom$default_stat()
if (is.null(position)) position <- geom$default_pos()$new()
match.params <- function(possible, params) {
if ("..." %in% names(possible)) {
params
} else {
params[match(names(possible), names(params), nomatch=0)]
}
}
if (is.null(geom_params) && is.null(stat_params)) {
params <- c(params, list(...))
params <- rename_aes(params) # Rename American to British spellings etc
geom_params <- match.params(geom$parameters(), params)
stat_params <- match.params(stat$parameters(), params)
stat_params <- stat_params[setdiff(names(stat_params),
names(geom_params))]
} else {
geom_params <- rename_aes(geom_params)
}
proto(.,
geom=geom, geom_params=geom_params,
stat=stat, stat_params=stat_params,
data=data, mapping=mapping, subset=subset,
position=position,
inherit.aes = inherit.aes,
legend = legend
)
}
clone <- function(.) as.proto(.$as.list(all.names=TRUE))
use_defaults <- function(., data) {
df <- aesdefaults(data, .$geom$default_aes(), compact(.$mapping))
# Override mappings with parameters
gp <- intersect(c(names(df), .$geom$required_aes), names(.$geom_params))
if (length(.$geom_params[gp]))
gp <- gp[sapply(.$geom_params[gp], is.atomic)]
df[gp] <- .$geom_params[gp]
df
}
aesthetics_used <- function(., plot_aesthetics) {
aes <- defaults(.$mapping, plot_aesthetics)
aes <- defaults(.$stat$default_aes(), aes)
aesthetics <- names(compact(aes))
aesthetics <- intersect(aesthetics, names(.$geom$default_aes()))
parameters <- names(.$geom_params)
setdiff(aesthetics, parameters)
}
pprint <- function(.) {
if (is.null(.$geom)) {
cat("Empty layer\n")
return(invisible());
}
if (!is.null(.$mapping)) {
cat("mapping:", clist(.$mapping), "\n")
}
.$geom$print(newline=FALSE)
cat(clist(.$geom_params), "\n")
.$stat$print(newline=FALSE)
cat(clist(.$stat_params), "\n")
.$position$print()
}
# Produce data.frame of evaluated aesthetics
# Depending on the construction of the layer, we may need
# to stitch together a data frame using the defaults from plot\$mapping
# and overrides for a given geom.
#
make_aesthetics <- function(., plot) {
data <- if(empty(.$data)) plot$data else .$data
# Apply subsetting, if used
if (!is.null(.$subset)) {
include <- data.frame(eval.quoted(.$subset, data))
data <- data[rowSums(include) == ncol(include), ]
}
# For certain geoms, it is useful to be able to ignore the default
# aesthetics and only use those set in the layer
if (.$inherit.aes) {
aesthetics <- compact(defaults(.$mapping, plot$mapping))
} else {
aesthetics <- .$mapping
}
# Override grouping if specified in layer
if (!is.null(.$geom_params$group)) {
aesthetics["group"] <- .$geom_params$group
}
# Drop aesthetics that are set manually
aesthetics <- aesthetics[setdiff(names(aesthetics), names(.$geom_params))]
plot$scales$add_defaults(plot$data, aesthetics, plot$plot_env)
# Evaluate aesthetics in the context of their data frame
eval.each <- function(dots)
compact(lapply(dots, function(x.) eval(x., data, plot$plot_env)))
aesthetics <- aesthetics[!is_calculated_aes(aesthetics)]
evaled <- eval.each(aesthetics)
if (length(evaled) == 0) return(data.frame())
evaled <- evaled[sapply(evaled, is.atomic)]
df <- data.frame(evaled)
# Add Conditioning variables needed for facets
cond <- plot$facet$conditionals()
facet_vars <- data[, intersect(names(data), cond), drop=FALSE]
if (nrow(facet_vars) > 0) {
df <- cbind(df, facet_vars)
}
if (empty(plot$data)) return(df)
facet_vars <- unique(plot$data[, setdiff(cond, names(df)), drop=FALSE])
if (empty(data)) return(facet_vars)
expand.grid.df(df, facet_vars, unique = FALSE)
}
calc_statistics <- function(., data, scales) {
gg_apply(data, function(x) .$calc_statistic(x, scales))
}
calc_statistic <- function(., data, scales) {
if (empty(data)) return(data.frame())
check_required_aesthetics(.$stat$required_aes,
c(names(data), names(.$stat_params)),
paste("stat_", .$stat$objname, sep=""))
res <- do.call(.$stat$calculate_groups, c(
list(data=as.name("data"), scales=as.name("scales")),
.$stat_params)
)
if (is.null(res)) return(data.frame())
res
}
# Map new aesthetic names
# After the statistic transformation has been applied, a second round
# of aesthetic mappings occur. This allows the mapping of variables
# created by the statistic, for example, height in a histogram, levels
# on a contour plot.
#
# This also takes care of applying any scale transformations that might
# be necessary
map_statistics <- function(., data, plot) {
gg_apply(data, function(x) .$map_statistic(x, plot=plot))
}
map_statistic <- function(., data, plot) {
if (empty(data)) return(data.frame())
aesthetics <- defaults(.$mapping,
defaults(plot$mapping, .$stat$default_aes()))
new <- strip_dots(aesthetics[is_calculated_aes(aesthetics)])
if (length(new) == 0) return(data)
# Add map stat output to aesthetics
stat_data <- as.data.frame(lapply(new, eval, data, baseenv()))
names(stat_data) <- names(new)
# Add any new scales, if needed
plot$scales$add_defaults(data, new, plot$plot_env)
stat_data <- plot$scales$transform_df(stat_data)
cunion(stat_data, data)
}
reparameterise <- function(., data) {
gg_apply(data, function(df) {
if (empty(df)) return(data.frame())
.$geom$reparameterise(df, .$geom_params)
})
}
adjust_position <- function(., data, scales) {
gg_apply(data, function(x) {
.$position$adjust(x, scales)
})
}
make_grob <- function(., data, scales, cs) {
if (empty(data)) return(nullGrob())
data <- .$use_defaults(data)
check_required_aesthetics(.$geom$required_aes, c(names(data), names(.$geom_params)), paste("geom_", .$geom$objname, sep=""))
if (is.null(data$group)) data$group <- 1
# If ordering is set, modify group variable according to this order
if (!is.null(data$order)) {
data$group <- ninteraction(list(data$group, data$order))
data$order <- NULL
}
data <- data[order(data$group), ]
do.call(.$geom$draw_groups, c(
data = list(as.name("data")),
scales = list(as.name("scales")),
coordinates = list(as.name("cs")),
.$geom_params
))
}
class <- function(.) "layer"
# Methods that probably belong elsewhere ---------------------------------
# Stamp data.frame into list of matrices
scales_transform <- function(., data, scales) {
gg_apply(data, scales$transform_df)
}
# Train scale for this layer
scales_train <- function(., data, scales) {
gg_apply(data, scales$train_df)
}
# Map data using scales.
scales_map <- function(., data, scale) {
gg_apply(data, function(x) scale$map_df(x))
}
})
# Apply function to plot data components
# Convenience apply function for facets data structure
#
# @keyword internal
gg_apply <- function(gg, f, ...) {
apply(gg, c(1,2), function(data) {
f(data[[1]], ...)
})
}
layer <- Layer$new
# Is calculated aesthetic?
# Determine if aesthetic is calculated from the statistic
#
# @keywords internal
is_calculated_aes <- function(aesthetics) {
match <- "\\.\\.([a-zA-z._]+)\\.\\."
stats <- rep(F, length(aesthetics))
stats[grep(match, sapply(aesthetics, as.character))] <- TRUE
stats
}
# Strip dots
# Strip dots from expressions that represent mappings of aesthetics to output from statistics
#
# @keywords internal
strip_dots <- function(aesthetics) {
match <- "\\.\\.([a-zA-z._]+)\\.\\."
strings <- lapply(aesthetics, deparse)
strings <- lapply(strings, gsub, pattern = match, replacement = "\\1")
lapply(strings, function(x) parse(text = x)[[1]])
}
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