The R base library has very powerful graphical capabilities. While you can produce pretty much any type of graph with a couple of lines of code, the default layout and look of the graph is often very basic. Sometimes, you may run into problems such as axis labels and titles getting chopped off at the edges or the legend size or position may mask part of your graph. Sometimes, the default color combinations may not be suitable for presentation or publication.
In this article, by Hrishi V. Mittal, author of R Graph Cookbook, we will cover:
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- Setting colors of points, lines, and bars
- Setting plot background colors
- Setting colors for text elements: axis annotations, labels, plot titles, and legends
- Choosing color combinations and palettes
- Setting fonts for annotations and titles
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