This function allows "log10" or "log2" transformation of X or Y axes. With "log10" transformation, log10 ticks are also added on the outside.

plot_logscale(
  Plot,
  LogYTrans = "log10",
  LogXTrans,
  LogYBreaks = waiver(),
  LogXBreaks = waiver(),
  LogYLimits = NULL,
  LogXLimits = NULL,
  LogYLabels = waiver(),
  LogXLabels = waiver(),
  ...
)

Arguments

Plot

a ggplot2 object.

LogYTrans

transform Y axis into "log10" (default) or "log2"

LogXTrans

transform X axis into "log10" or "log2"

LogYBreaks

argument for ggplot2[scale_y_continuous] for Y axis breaks on log scales, default is waiver(), or provide a vector of desired breaks.

LogXBreaks

argument for ggplot2[scale_x_continuous] for Y axis breaks on log scales, default is waiver(), or provide a vector of desired breaks.

LogYLimits

a vector of length two specifying the range (minimum and maximum) of the Y axis.

LogXLimits

a vector of length two specifying the range (minimum and maximum) of the X axis.

LogYLabels

argument for ggplot2[scale_y_continuous] for Y axis labels on log scales, default is waiver(), or provide a vector of desired labels.

LogXLabels

argument for ggplot2[scale_x_continuous] for Y axis labels on log scales, default is waiver(), or provide a vector of desired labels.

...

any other arguments to pass to scale_y_continuous[ggplot2] or scale_x_continuous[ggplot2]

Value

This function returns a ggplot2 object of class "gg" and "ggplot".

Details

Arguments allow for axes limits, breaks and labels to passed on.

Examples

#save a ggplot object
P <- ggplot(data_t_pratio, 
aes(Genotype,Cytokine))+
geom_jitter(shape = 21, 
size = 5, width = .2, 
aes(fill = Genotype), 
alpha = .7)
#transform Y axis
plot_logscale(Plot = P)


#or in one go 
plot_logscale(ggplot(data_t_pratio, 
aes(Genotype,Cytokine))+
geom_jitter(shape = 21, 
size = 5, width = .2, 
aes(fill = Genotype), 
alpha = .7))