Some extra geoms, scales, and themes for ggplot, including:
geom_rangeframe: Tufte's range frame
geom_tufteboxplot: Tufte's box plot
theme_calc: a theme based on LibreOffice Calc.
theme_economist: a theme based on the plots in the The Economist magazine.
theme_excel: a theme replicating the classic ugly gray charts in Excel
theme_few: theme from Stephen Few's "Practical Rules for Using Color in Charts".
theme_fivethirtyeight: a theme based on the plots at fivethirtyeight.com.
theme_gdocs: a theme based on Google Docs.
theme_hc: a theme based on Highcharts JS.
theme_pander: a theme to use with the pander package.
theme_solarized: a theme using the solarized color palette.
theme_stata: themes based on Stata graph schemes.
theme_tufte: a minimal ink theme based on Tufte's The Visual Display of Quantitative Information.
theme_wsj: a theme based on the plots in the The Economist magazine.
scale_shape_calc: color and shape palettes from LibreOffice Calc.
scale_colour_colorblind: Colorblind safe palette from http://jfly.iam.u-tokyo.ac.jp/color/.
scale_colour_economist: colors used in plots in plots in The Economist.
scale_colour_excel: colors from new and old Excel.
scale_colour_few: color palettes from Stephen Few's "Practical Rules for Using Color in Charts".
scale_colour_gdocs: color palette from Google Docs.
scale_colour_hc: a theme based on Highcharts JS.
scale_colour_solarized: Solarized colors
scale_linetype_stata: color, shape, and linetype palettes from Stata graph schemes.
scale_shape_tableau: color and shape palettes from Tableau.
scale_fill_pander: scales to use with the pander package.
scale_shape_circlefill: shape scales from classic works in visual perception: Cleveland, Tremmel (1995), and Lewandowsky and Spence (1989).
scale_y_tufte: x and y scales with pretty labels that also include the min and max values.
Most of these scales also have associates palettes, as used in the scales package.
bank_slopes: Find the optimal aspect ratio to bank slopes to 45 degrees
To install the stable version from CRAN,
install.packages('ggthemes', dependencies = TRUE)
Or, to install the development version from github, use the devtools package,
Windows users also must first install Rtools.
Contributions are welcome! If you would like to add a theme, scales, etc., fork the repository, add your theme, and submit a pull request.