Create a pie chart

pieChart(
  data,
  value,
  label,
  colorCategory = "Paired",
  innerRadius = 0,
  outerRadius = "auto",
  padRadius = 0,
  padAngle = NULL,
  cornerRadius = 0,
  labelFont = "sans-serif",
  title = NULL,
  titleFontSize = 22,
  font = "Verdana, Geneva, Tahoma, sans-serif",
  bgcol = "white",
  opacity = 1,
  labelHeight = 18,
  width = NULL,
  height = NULL
)

Arguments

data

The data frame to consider.

value

The numeric variable to consider.

label

The labeling variable to consider.

colorCategory

A D3 categorical color scheme, you can find more here <https://github.com/d3/d3-scale-chromatic#categorical>. Defaults to 'Paired'

innerRadius

The size of the inner radius of the pie. Defaults to 0. Set the inner radius to a higher value to plot a donut chart.

outerRadius

The size of the outer radius of the pie.

padRadius

From the D3 official documentation, The pad radius compute the fixed linear distance separating adjacent arcs, defined as padRadius * padAngle.

padAngle

Optional. From the D3 official documentation, the padAngle is used to set the padding angle between consecutive arcs.

cornerRadius

From the D3 official documentation, the value of the corner radius for rounded corners. If the corner radius is greater than zero, the corners of the arc are rounded using circles of the given radius. Defaults to 0.

labelFont

The font family of the legend. Defaults to 'sans-serif'.

title

Optional. The title of the plot.

titleFontSize

The font size of the plot title. Defaults to 22.

font

The font family to consider for the titles. Defaults to "Verdana, Geneva, Tahoma, sans-serif".

bgcol

The background color of the SVG. Defaults to "white".

opacity

The color opacity of the pie (from 0 to 1). Defaults to 1.

labelHeight

The height of the legend. Defaults to 18.

width

Optional. The width of the SVG output.

height

Optional. The height of the SVG output.

Value

A SVG pie chart

Examples

library(dplyr) # needed for the starwars data frame # starwars is part of the dplyr data frame mini_starwars <- starwars %>% tidyr::drop_na(mass) %>% sample_n(size = 5) # getting 5 random values pieChart( data = mini_starwars, value = "mass", label = "name" )