Label line ends in time series with ggplot2
@drsimonj here with a quick share on making great use of the secondary y axis with ggplot2 – super helpful if you’re plotting groups of time series!
Here’s an example of what I want to show you how to create (pay attention to the numbers of the right):
To setup we’ll need the tidyverse package and the
Orange data set that comes with R. This tracks the circumference growth of five orange trees over time.
library(tidyverse) d <- Orange head(d) > Grouped Data: circumference ~ age | Tree > Tree age circumference > 1 1 118 30 > 2 1 484 58 > 3 1 664 87 > 4 1 1004 115 > 5 1 1231 120 > 6 1 1372 142
To create the basic case where the numbers appear at the end of your time series lines, your code might look something like this:
You have a data set with: - GROUP colum - X colum
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