Set default plot themes, use pre-defined color scales or modify plot or table appearance.

theme_sjplot(base_size = 12, base_family = "")

theme_sjplot2(base_size = 12, base_family = "")

theme_blank(base_size = 12, base_family = "")

theme_538(base_size = 12, base_family = "")

font_size(
  title,
  axis_title.x,
  axis_title.y,
  labels.x,
  labels.y,
  offset.x,
  offset.y,
  base.theme
)

label_angle(angle.x, angle.y, base.theme)

legend_style(inside, pos, justify, base.theme)

scale_color_sjplot(palette = "metro", discrete = TRUE, reverse = FALSE, ...)

scale_fill_sjplot(palette = "metro", discrete = TRUE, reverse = FALSE, ...)

sjplot_pal(palette = "metro", n = NULL)

show_sjplot_pals()

css_theme(css.theme = "regression")

Arguments

base_size

Base font size.

base_family

Base font family.

title

Font size for plot titles.

axis_title.x

Font size for x-axis titles.

axis_title.y

Font size for y-axis titles.

labels.x

Font size for x-axis labels.

labels.y

Font size for y-axis labels.

offset.x

Offset for x-axis titles.

offset.y

Offset for y-axis titles.

base.theme

Optional ggplot-theme-object, which is needed in case multiple functions should be combined, e.g. theme_sjplot() + label_angle(). In such cases, use label_angle(base.theme = theme_sjplot()).

angle.x

Angle for x-axis labels.

angle.y

Angle for y-axis labels.

inside

Logical, use TRUE to put legend inside the plotting area. See also pos.

pos

Position of the legend, if a legend is drawn.

Legend outside plot

Use "bottom", "top", "left" or "right" to position the legend above, below, on the left or right side of the diagram.

Legend inside plot

If inside = TRUE, legend can be placed inside plot. Use "top left", "top right", "bottom left" and "bottom right" to position legend in any of these corners, or a two-element numeric vector with values from 0-1. See also inside.

justify

Justification of legend, relative to its position ("center" or two-element numeric vector with values from 0-1.

palette

Character name of color palette.

discrete

Logical, if TRUE, a discrete colour palette is returned. Else, a gradient palette is returned, where colours of the requested palette are interpolated using colorRampPalette.

reverse

Logical, if TRUE, order of returned colours is reversed.

...

Further arguments passed down to ggplot's scale()-functions.

n

Numeric, number of colors to be returned. By default, the complete colour palette is returned.

css.theme

Name of the CSS pre-set theme-style. Can be used for table-functions.

Details

When using the colors argument in function calls (e.g. plot_model()) or when calling one of the predefined scale-functions (e.g. scale_color_sjplot()), there are pre-defined colour palettes in this package. Use show_sjplot_pals() to show all available colour palettes.

Examples

# prepare data library(sjmisc) data(efc) efc <- to_factor(efc, c161sex, e42dep, c172code) m <- lm(neg_c_7 ~ pos_v_4 + c12hour + e42dep + c172code, data = efc) # create plot-object p <- plot_model(m) # change theme p + theme_sjplot()
# change font-size p + font_size(axis_title.x = 30)
# apply color theme p + scale_color_sjplot()
#> Scale for 'colour' is already present. Adding another scale for 'colour', #> which will replace the existing scale.
# show all available colour palettes show_sjplot_pals()
# get colour values from specific palette sjplot_pal(pal = "breakfast club")
#> [1] "#b6411a" "#4182dd" "#2d6328" "#eec3d8" "#ecf0c8"