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\title{Continuous scale constructor.}
continuous_scale(aesthetics, scale_name, palette,
name = NULL, breaks = waiver(),
minor_breaks = waiver(), labels = waiver(),
legend = NULL, limits = NULL, rescaler = rescale,
oob = censor, expand = waiver(), na.value = NA_real_,
trans = "identity", guide = "legend")
\item{minor_breaks}{Used with date or datetime scales.
Either \code{NULL} for no minor breaks, \code{waiver()}
for the default breaks (one minor break between each
major break), a numeric vector of positions, or a
function that given the limits returns a vector of minor
\item{limits}{A numeric vector of length two describing
the scale limits.}
\item{rescaler}{Used by diverging and n colour gradients
(i.e. \code{\link{scale_colour_gradient2}},
\item{oob}{What to do with values outside scale limits
(out of bounds)?}
\item{aesthetics}{the names of the aesthetics that this
scale works with}
\item{scale_name}{the name of the scale}
\item{palette}{a palette function that when called with a
single integer argument (the number of levels in the
scale) returns the values that they should take}
\item{name}{the name of the scale - used as the axis
label or the legend title}
\item{breaks}{control the breaks in the guide. There are
four possible types of input: \itemize{ \item
\code{NULL}: don't display any breaks \item a character
vector giving the breaks as they should appear on the
axis or in the legend. \item \code{waiver()} to use the
default break computation. \item a function, that when
called with a single argument, a character vector giving
the limits of the scale, returns a character vector
specifying which breaks to display. } This parameter
does not affect in any way how the data is scaled - it
only affects the appearance of the legend.}
\item{labels}{\code{NULL} for no labels, \code{waiver()}
for default labels (labels the same as breaks), a
character vector the same length as breaks, or a named
character vector whose names are used to match
replacement the labels for matching breaks.}
\item{legend}{deprecated. Use \code{guide} instead.}
\item{expand}{a numeric vector of length two, giving a
multiplicative and additive constant used to expand the
range of the scales so that there is a small gap between
the data and the axes.}
\item{na.value}{how should missing values be displayed?}
\item{guide}{the name of, or actual function, used to
create the guide.}
Continuous scale constructor.
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