|TV Show||New Palette(s)||New Theme(s)|
|Game of Thrones||Stannis Baratheon, House Martell, House Arryn, House Manderly||NA|
|Big Hero 6||1||NA|
|Hilda||Day, Dusk, Night||Day, Dusk, Night|
|Attack on Titan||1||NA|
In addition to the new palettes and themes some of the code in
tvthemes has changed significantly.
In palettes for example, when you are calling the palette functions via
scale_color_*() you now have a lot more options:
palette: If multiple available, select the palette: “Stannis”, “FireNation”, “Dusk”, etc. Leave blank if only single palette available.
n: Number of colors. If left blank it defaults to the total number of colors available in the palette.
type: “Discrete” or “Continuous”. NOTE: Most palettes are only optimized for “Discrete” at the present time.
reverse: Reverse order of colors.
For TV shows with multiple palettes they are now organized under a single “palette list” from which you pass the specific palette that you want. If you want to check out the colors for these specific palettes:
The specific palettes that changed are:
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Default = “Regular”, “Dark”
Avatar: The Last Airbender: Default = “FireNation”, “EarthKingdom”, “WaterTribe”, “AirNation”
Hilda: Default = “Day”, “Dusk”, “Night”
Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice & Fire: Default = “Stark”, “Stannis”, “Tyrell”, “Lannister”, “Manderly”, “Martell”, “Arryn”, “Greyjoy”, “Targaryen”, “Tully”
## Plot not shown ggplot(mpg, aes(displ)) + geom_histogram(aes(fill = class), col = "black", size = 0.1) + scale_fill_westeros(palette = "Stannis", n = 7, reverse = TRUE)
For themes the one change is a toggle option for axis ticks via
ticks which you can set to either
TRUE and the default