illustrate_signal plots the given uniaxial signal in illustration diagram style. Illustration diagram style hides axes markers, unnecessary guidelines.

illustrate_signal(
  data,
  point_size = 0.3,
  plot_point = TRUE,
  line_size = 0.3,
  plot_line = TRUE,
  range = c(-2, 2),
  plot_maxed_out_line = TRUE,
  plot_origin = TRUE,
  title = NULL,
  plot_title = TRUE
)

Arguments

data

data.frame. The input uniaxial signal. First column should be timestamp.

point_size

number. The size of the plotted data point.

plot_point

Bool. Plot signal as points if TRUE.

line_size

number. The line width of the plotted signal curve.

plot_line

Bool. Plot signal with curve if TRUE.

range

vector. Dynamic range of the signal.

plot_maxed_out_line

Bool. Plot dynamic range lines if TRUE. Dynamic range is set by `range`.

plot_origin

Bool. Plot the 0 horizontal line if TRUE.

title

Char. The title of the plot.

plot_title

Bool. Plot title if TRUE.

Value

ggplot2 graph object. The graph to be shown.

See also

Other visualization functions.: generate_interactive_plot(), illustrate_extrapolation()

Examples

# Use sample data for testing df = sample_raw_accel_data # Plot it with default settings illustrate_signal(df)
# Plot with a different style illustrate_signal(df, point_size=1, line_size=1)
# Turn off annotation lines illustrate_signal(df, plot_maxed_out_line = FALSE, plot_origin = FALSE)
# Use title illustrate_signal(df, plot_title=TRUE, title = "This is a title")