These geometries are based on geom_sf(), geom_sf_label() and geom_sf_text(). See the documentation for those functions for more details.

geom_sf_interactive(...)

geom_sf_label_interactive(...)

geom_sf_text_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 sf objects to a ggplot ------- library(ggplot2) library(ggiraph) ## original code: see section examples of ggplot2::geom_sf help file if (requireNamespace("sf", quietly = TRUE, versionCheck = c(op = ">=", version = "0.7-3"))) { nc <- sf::st_read(system.file("shape/nc.shp", package = "sf"), quiet = TRUE) gg <- ggplot(nc) + geom_sf_interactive(aes(fill = AREA, tooltip = NAME, data_id = NAME)) x <- girafe(ggobj = gg) if( interactive() ) print(x) nc_3857 <- sf::st_transform(nc, "+init=epsg:3857") # Unfortunately if you plot other types of feature you'll need to use # show.legend to tell ggplot2 what type of legend to use nc_3857$mid <- sf::st_centroid(nc_3857$geometry) gg <- ggplot(nc_3857) + geom_sf(colour = "white") + geom_sf_interactive(aes(geometry = mid, size = AREA, tooltip = NAME, data_id = NAME), show.legend = "point") x <- girafe( ggobj = gg) if( interactive() ) print(x) # Example with texts. gg <- ggplot(nc_3857[1:3, ]) + geom_sf(aes(fill = AREA)) + geom_sf_text_interactive(aes(label = NAME, tooltip = NAME), color="white") x <- girafe( ggobj = gg) if( interactive() ) print(x) # Example with labels. gg <- ggplot(nc_3857[1:3, ]) + geom_sf(aes(fill = AREA)) + geom_sf_label_interactive(aes(label = NAME, tooltip = NAME)) x <- girafe( ggobj = gg) if( interactive() ) print(x) }