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A blue-brown color palette. Use scale_color_bluebrown_d() for discrete categories and scale_color_bluebrown_c() for a continuous scale.

Usage

scale_color_bluebrown(
  palette = "contrast",
  discrete = TRUE,
  reverse = FALSE,
  aesthetics = "color",
  ...
)

scale_color_bluebrown_d(
  palette = "contrast",
  discrete = TRUE,
  reverse = FALSE,
  aesthetics = "color",
  ...
)

scale_color_bluebrown_c(
  palette = "contrast",
  discrete = FALSE,
  reverse = FALSE,
  aesthetics = "color",
  ...
)

scale_colour_bluebrown(
  palette = "contrast",
  discrete = TRUE,
  reverse = FALSE,
  aesthetics = "color",
  ...
)

scale_colour_bluebrown_c(
  palette = "contrast",
  discrete = FALSE,
  reverse = FALSE,
  aesthetics = "color",
  ...
)

scale_colour_bluebrown_d(
  palette = "contrast",
  discrete = TRUE,
  reverse = FALSE,
  aesthetics = "color",
  ...
)

scale_fill_bluebrown(
  palette = "contrast",
  discrete = TRUE,
  reverse = FALSE,
  aesthetics = "fill",
  ...
)

scale_fill_bluebrown_d(
  palette = "contrast",
  discrete = TRUE,
  reverse = FALSE,
  aesthetics = "fill",
  ...
)

scale_fill_bluebrown_c(
  palette = "contrast",
  discrete = FALSE,
  reverse = FALSE,
  aesthetics = "fill",
  ...
)

Arguments

palette

Character name of palette. Depending on the color scale, can be "full", "ice", "rainbow", "complement", "contrast", "light" (for dark themes), or "black_first".

discrete

Boolean indicating whether color aesthetic is discrete or not.

reverse

Boolean indicating whether the palette should be reversed.

aesthetics

A vector of names of the aesthetics that this scale should be applied to (e.g., c('color', 'fill')).

...

Additional arguments to pass to colorRampPalette().

Examples

library(ggplot2)
library(see)

ggplot(iris, aes(x = Species, y = Sepal.Length, fill = Species)) +
  geom_boxplot() +
  theme_modern() +
  scale_fill_bluebrown_d()