An Easy Way to Make Ggplot2 Plots, ezplot - Part 1
Do you love ggplot2 plots? If you’ve worked with ggplot2 before, you know that to get a satisfying plot, you often need to use many detailed ggplot2 syntaxes, which are difficult to remember and time consuming to look up. Wouldn’t it be awesome if there’re simpler and intuitive syntaxes? The answer is yes and the package ezplot does exactly that. In this and the next few posts, I’ll demo how to use ezplot.
On Linux, install the R development package, usually called r-devel or r-base-dev.
Install devtools by running install.packages("devtools") in R.
Install and Load ezplot
Make some fake data
Create simple barplots
Make some fake data again
Make stacked barplots
I’m the creator of ezplot, if you have any questions, just drop a comment below. In addition, I’m writing a book called ezplot: How to Easily Make ggplot2 Graphics for Data Analysis, and it is 20% complete. Take a sneak peek and get notified when the book is published.