easyalluvial (0.1.8)

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Generate Alluvial Plots with a Single Line of Code.

https://github.com/erblast/easyalluvial
http://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/easyalluvial

Alluvial plots are similar to sankey diagrams and visualise categorical data over multiple dimensions as flows. (Rosvall M, Bergstrom CT (2010) Mapping Change in Large Networks. PLoS ONE 5(1): e8694. Their graphical grammar however is a bit more complex then that of a regular x/y plots. The 'ggalluvial' package made a great job of translating that grammar into 'ggplot2' syntax and gives you many options to tweak the appearance of an alluvial plot, however there still remains a multi-layered complexity that makes it difficult to use 'ggalluvial' for explorative data analysis. 'easyalluvial' provides a simple interface to this package that allows you to produce a decent alluvial plot from any dataframe in either long or wide format from a single line of code while also handling continuous data. It is meant to allow a quick visualisation of entire dataframes with a focus on different colouring options that can make alluvial plots a great tool for data exploration.

Maintainer: Bjoern Koneswarakantha
Author(s): Bjoern Koneswarakantha [aut, cre] (<https://orcid.org/ 0000-0003-4585-7799>)

License: CC0

Uses: dplyr, forcats, ggalluvial, ggplot2, magrittr, purrr, RColorBrewer, recipes, rlang, stringr, tibble, tidyr, testthat, ISLR, nycflights13, covr, vdiffr

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