Make Andrew happy with one simple ggplot trick

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By default, ggplot expands the space above and below the x-axis (and to the left and right of the y-axis). Andrew has made it pretty clear that he thinks the x axis should be drawn at y = 0. To remove the extra space around the axes when you have continuous (not discrete or log scale) axes, add the following to a ggplot plot,

plot 

Maybe it could even go in a theme.

Hats off to A5C1D2H2I1M1N2O1R2T1 (I can’t make these handles up) for posting the solution on Stack Overflow.

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