ggtern on CRAN

June 3, 2014

(This article was first published on ggtern: ternary diagrams in R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

An update to ggtern, version, is now available on CRAN!

This version includes a number of bug fixes:

  • Added convenience functions, and global options for modifying the length of the ternary arrows easily.
  • Fixed broken ggsave function, which was not using the local print function.
  • Fixed geom_errorbarR reference in geom_errorbarT and geom_errorbarL aesthetic check.
  • Fixed some missing export functions in NAMESPACE file
  • axis.tern.arrowstart and axis.tern.arrowfinish can now take vectors

The source is available on CRAN (click HERE)  and should have propagated throughout the CRAN servers by now.

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