ts_plot() is a fast and simple plotting function for ts-boxable time series, with limited customizability. For more theme options, use ts_ggplot().

ts_plot(..., title, subtitle, ylab = "", family = getOption("ts_font", "sans"))

Arguments

...

ts-boxable time series, an object of class ts, xts, zoo, data.frame, data.table, tbl, tbl_ts, tbl_time, tis, irts or timeSeries.

title

title (optional)

subtitle

subtitle (optional)

ylab

ylab (optional)

family

font family (optional, can also be set via options)

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.

Limited customizability of ts_plot is available via options. See examples.

See also

ts_ggplot(), for a plotting function based on ggplot2. ts_dygraphs(), for interactive time series plots. ts_save() to save a plot to the file system.

Examples

# \donttest{ ts_plot( AirPassengers, title = "Airline passengers", subtitle = "The classic Box & Jenkins airline data" )
# naming arguments ts_plot(total = ldeaths, female = fdeaths, male = mdeaths)
# using different ts-boxable objects ts_plot(ts_scale(ts_c( ts_xts(airmiles), ts_tbl(co2), JohnsonJohnson, ts_df(discoveries) )))
# customize ts_plot op <- options( tsbox.lwd = 3, tsbox.col = c("gray51", "gray11"), tsbox.lty = "dashed" ) ts_plot( "Female" = fdeaths, "Male" = mdeaths )
options(op) # restore defaults # }