[R] What is the ggplot analog of the axis() function?

p_connolly p_conno||y @end|ng |rom @||ng@hot@co@nz
Mon Feb 17 03:01:18 CET 2020

Thanks Rui,

I had looked at the scale_continuous functions and found the help 
overwhelming.  But thanks for the information:  `labels` works the same 
as it does in axis() and `breaks` is what I needed to correspond to the 
`at` argument.


On 2020-02-17 11:31, Rui Barradas wrote:
> Hello,
> In ggplot2, to set the placement and labels of the axis use
> ?scale_x_continuous
> ?scale_y_continuous
> and similar functions. The arguments you would want are 'breaks' and 
> 'labels'.
> Then you can further customize with ?theme. Arguments such as
> axis.text or axis.ticks are what you would use.
> This is a (very) broad question, if you have doubts in something more
> specific, say so.
> Hope this helps,
> Rui Barradas
> Às 20:35 de 16/02/20, p_connolly escreveu:
>> Using base R graphics I can customize the position of the tick marks 
>> and what text to label them by using the axis function and adjusting 
>> the `at` and `labels` parameters respectively.
>> What theme setting do I adjust using ggplot2 graphics to achieve a 
>> similar result?
>> TIA
>> Patrick
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