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I am following the tutorial from R website for a circular barchart: https://r-graph-gallery.com/296-add-labels-to-circular-barplot.html
However, when I am applying it to my data, the labeling is offset and shifted as shown below.
Below are my code:
#Make labels label_data <- armed_df label_data number_of_bar <- nrow(label_data) angle <- 90 - 360 * (label_data$id-0.5) /number_of_bar label_data$hjust<-ifelse( angle < -90, 1, 0) label_data$angle<-ifelse(angle < -90, angle+180, angle) #make graph armed_df %>% ggplot(aes(x = armed, y = log)) + geom_bar(stat = "identity", col = "darkblue", fill = "skyblue", alpha = 0.7) + ylim(-10,10) + coord_polar(start = 0) + geom_text(aes(label=armed, x=id, y=log+3), hjust = label_data$hjust, color = "black", fontface = "bold", alpha = 0.6, size = 2.5, angle = label_data$angle, inherit.aes = FALSE) + theme_minimal() + theme( axis.text = element_blank(), axis.title = element_blank(), panel.grid = element_blank(), plot.margin = unit(rep(-1,4), "cm"))
Is it the ylim parameters? What am I doing wrong?
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