The geometries are based on geom_ribbon() and geom_area(). See the documentation for those functions for more details.

geom_ribbon_interactive(...)

geom_area_interactive(...)

Arguments

...

arguments passed to base function, plus any of the interactive_parameters().

Details for geom_*_interactive functions

The interactive parameters can be supplied with two ways:

  • As aesthetics with the mapping argument (via aes()). In this way they can be mapped to data columns and apply to a set of geometries.

  • As plain arguments into the geom_*_interactive function. In this way they can be set to a scalar value.

See also

Examples

# add interactive bar ------- library(ggplot2) library(ggiraph) # Generate data huron <- data.frame(year = 1875:1972, level = as.vector(LakeHuron)) h <- ggplot(huron, aes(year)) g <- h + geom_ribbon_interactive(aes(ymin = level - 1, ymax = level + 1), fill = "grey70", tooltip = "ribbon1", data_id="ribbon1", outline.type = "both", hover_css = "stroke:red;stroke-width:inherit;") + geom_line_interactive(aes(y = level), tooltip = "level", data_id="line1", hover_css = "stroke:orange;fill:none;") x <- girafe(ggobj = g) x <- girafe_options(x = x, opts_hover(css = girafe_css( css = "stroke:orange;stroke-width:3px;", area = "fill:blue;" ))) if( interactive() ) print(x) g <- h + geom_area_interactive(aes(y = level), tooltip = "area1") x <- girafe(ggobj = g) if( interactive() ) print(x)