ggally_crosstable is a variation of ggally_table with few modifications: (i) table cells are drawn; (ii) x and y axis are not expanded (and therefore are not aligned with other ggally_* plots); (iii) content and fill of cells can be easily controlled with dedicated arguments.

ggally_crosstable(
  data,
  mapping,
  cells = c("observed", "prop", "row.prop", "col.prop", "expected", "resid",
    "std.resid"),
  fill = c("none", "std.resid", "resid"),
  ...,
  geom_tile_args = list(colour = "grey50")
)

Arguments

data

data set using

mapping

aesthetics being used

cells

Which statistic should be displayed in table cells?

fill

Which statistic should be used for filling table cells?

...

other arguments passed to geom_text(...)

geom_tile_args

other arguments passed to geom_tile(...)

Examples

# Small function to display plots only if it's interactive p_ <- GGally::print_if_interactive data(tips, package = "reshape") # differences with ggally_table() p_(ggally_table(tips, mapping = aes(x = day, y = time)))
p_(ggally_crosstable(tips, mapping = aes(x = day, y = time)))
# display column proportions p_(ggally_crosstable(tips, mapping = aes(x = day, y = sex), cells = "col.prop"))
# display row proportions p_(ggally_crosstable(tips, mapping = aes(x = day, y = sex), cells = "row.prop"))
# change size of text p_(ggally_crosstable(tips, mapping = aes(x = day, y = sex), size = 8))
# fill cells with standardized residuals p_(ggally_crosstable(tips, mapping = aes(x = day, y = sex), fill = "std.resid"))
# change scale for fill p_(ggally_crosstable(tips, mapping = aes(x = day, y = sex), fill = "std.resid") + scale_fill_steps2(breaks = c(-2, 0, 2), show.limits = TRUE))
#> Scale for 'fill' is already present. Adding another scale for 'fill', which #> will replace the existing scale.