Create facets for multiple plots.
e_facet( e, rows = NULL, cols = NULL, legend_pos = "top", legend_space = 10, margin_trbl = c(t = 2, r = 2, b = 5, l = 2), h_panel_space = NULL, v_panel_space = NULL )
- rows, cols
Number of rows and columns. If both are `NULL` the number of rows and columns will be determined automatically.
Position of the legend. One of "top", "right", "bottom", "left". Determines to which side the `legend_space` argument applies.
Space between legend and plot area. The entered number will be used as percentage.
Adjusts the size of the outside margin around the plotting area. Default is `c(t = 2, r = 2, b = 5, l = 2)`. Numbers are used as percentage of total plotting area. To change only e.g. two sides `c("r" = 8, "l" = 8)` could be used, other sides will use defaults.
- h_panel_space, v_panel_space
Horizontal and vertical spacing between the individual grid elements. Expects numeric input, which will be used as percentage of total plotting area. Default `NULL` will automatically add some panel spacing for low dimensional grids.
Each serie, i.e.:
e_bar will be plotted against a facet.
group_size <- 20 n_groups <- 13 df <- data.frame("day" = rep(1:group_size, times=n_groups), "temperature" = runif(group_size * n_groups, 10, 40), "location" = rep(LETTERS[1:n_groups], each=group_size)) df |> group_by(location) |> e_charts(day) |> e_line(temperature) |> e_facet(rows = 4, cols=4, legend_pos = "top", legend_space = 12)