This vignette is intended to demonstrate the breadth of
scale_duke_continuous() and its various applications. It is
fully integrated with ggplot2 visualizations.
For these visualizations, we will use the
dataset from the palmerpenguins package.
library(duke) library(palmerpenguins) library(ggplot2)
<- ggplot2::ggplot(palmerpenguins::penguins, ggplot2::aes(bill_length_mm, flipper_length_mm)) + plot ::geom_point(ggplot2::aes(colour = bill_length_mm)) + ggplot2::labs(title = "Bill Length vs. Flipper Length", caption = "There are three different species of penguins.", x = "Bill Length (mm)", y = "Flipper Length (mm)") ggplot2 + plot scale_duke_continuous()