Stacked Area Chart with ggplot2 in R Template
The following Stacked Area Chart with ggplot2 in R template shows the popularity of different engine types in automobiles across several decades. An area chart is used when we are interested in tracking and comparing the volume of a few variables over time. In a stacked area chart each category is ‘stacked’ or ‘placed’ on top of the previous and there is no overlap among categories. Some other related topics you might be interested in exploring are Line Chart with ggplot2 in R, Bar Chart with ggplot2 in R, Pie Chart with ggplot2 in R and Scatter Plot with ggpot2 in R. You can now download the R template for free. Stacked Area Chart with ggplot2 in R is among the topics covered in detail in the 365 Data Science program.
Elitsa KaloyanovaHead of Data Content
Who is it for
This is an open-access R template, .r file that will be useful for anyone who wants to work as a Computer Scientist, Data Analyst, Data Scientist and Data Engineer
How it can help you
Stacked area charts are used when we are tracking numerical categories over time, and we are interested in the quantity and relationship among the different categories.
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