ts_ggplot() has the same syntax and produces a similar plot as ts_plot(), but uses the ggplot2 graphic system, and can be customized. With theme_tsbox() and scale_color_tsbox(), the output of ts_ggplot has a similar look and feel.

ts_ggplot(..., title, subtitle, ylab = "")

theme_tsbox(base_family = getOption("ts_font", ""), base_size = 12)

colors_tsbox()

scale_color_tsbox(...)

scale_fill_tsbox(...)

Arguments

...

ts-boxable time series, objects of class ts, xts, data.frame, data.table, or tibble. For scale_ functions, arguments passed to subfunctions.

title

title (optional)

subtitle

subtitle (optional)

ylab

ylab (optional)

base_family

base font family (can also be set via options)

base_size

base font size

Details

Both ts_plot() and ts_ggplot() combine multiple ID dimensions into a single dimension. To plot multiple dimensions in different shapes, facets, etc., use standard ggplot (see examples).

See also

ts_plot(), for a simpler and faster plotting function. ts_dygraphs(), for interactive time series plots.

Examples

# \donttest{
# using the ggplot2 graphic system
p <- ts_ggplot(total = ldeaths, female = fdeaths, male = mdeaths)
p


# with themes for the look and feel of ts_plot()
p + theme_tsbox() + scale_color_tsbox()


# also use themes with standard ggplot
suppressMessages(library(ggplot2))
df <- ts_df(ts_c(total = ldeaths, female = fdeaths, male = mdeaths))
ggplot(df, aes(x = time, y = value)) +
  facet_wrap("id") +
  geom_line() +
  theme_tsbox() +
  scale_color_tsbox()

# }

if (FALSE) {
library(dataseries)
dta <- ds(c("GDP.PBRTT.A.R", "CCI.CCIIR"), "xts")
ts_ggplot(ts_scale(ts_span(
  ts_c(
    `GDP Growth` = ts_pc(dta[, "GDP.PBRTT.A.R"]),
    `Consumer Sentiment Index` = dta[, "CCI.CCIIR"]
  ),
  start = "1995-01-01"
))) +
  ggplot2::ggtitle("GDP and Consumer Sentiment", subtitle = "normalized") +
  theme_tsbox() +
  scale_color_tsbox()
}