Simple line plots for the output of `map_precisely()`

. Use
`dplyr::group_by()`

to create multiple lines on the plot.

plot_sample_size(.df, xlab = "Sample Size", ylab = "Precision", line_size = 1) plot_precision(.df, xlab = "Precision", ylab = "Sample Size", line_size = 1) plot_upper_limit( .df, xlab = "Sample Size", ylab = "Upper Limit", line_size = 1 )

.df | a data frame with values to plot, possibly from |
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xlab | Label for the x-axis. |

ylab | Label for the y-axis. |

line_size | The width of the line. Default is 1. |

a ggplot

#> #>#>#> #>#>#> #>library(ggplot2) map_precisely( n_risk_difference, precision = seq(from = .02, to = .20, by = .005), exposed = .4, unexposed = .3, group_ratio = 1 ) %>% plot_sample_size()map_precisely( precision_odds_ratio, n_cases = seq(from = 500, to = 1000, by = 10), exposed_cases = .6, exposed_controls = .4, group_ratio = 1:4 ) %>% group_by("Control/Case Ratio" = factor(group_ratio)) %>% plot_precision()map_precisely( upper_rate_ratio, upper_limit = seq(1.5, 2.5, by = .1), prob = seq(.50, .95, by = .05), exposed = .01, unexposed = .01, group_ratio = 1:4 ) %>% group_by("Probability" = factor(prob)) %>% plot_upper_limit(line_size = 1) + scale_color_viridis_d() + theme_precisely() + theme(legend.position = "right", strip.text = element_text(margin = margin(b = 5), hjust = 0)) + facet_wrap(~ group_ratio, labeller = as_labeller(function(x) paste("Unexposed/Exposed:", x)))