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ggplot2 includes a number of pre-installed themes. The most important is theme grey(), which is ggplot2's distinctive theme with a light grey backdrop and white gridlines. Following the guidance of, the theme is aimed to put the data forward while supporting comparisons.

  • Look for a bundle that fits your theme. https://r-pkgs.org/ is a good place to start.
  • Give your theme function a name and start working on it.
  • Figure out how you want your theme to look.
  • Fine-tune your theme's settings.
  • Make your theme public.

Each of these three items has its own function for modifying them: element line() is used to change the theme's line elements. To change the text elements, use element text(). To modify the appearance of rectangle elements, use element rect().

ggplot2 comes with two pre-installed themes: The default theme, with a grey backdrop, is theme grey(). theme bw() is a white-background theme.

Themes classic(), theme minimal(), and theme bw are among the best ggplot themes for professional publications or presentations (). The dark theme (theme dark) is another well-known theme (). Use the ggthemes R library to get more useful ggplot2 theme examples.

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