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      Thank you for your reply. It solves the problem in my small example, but not generally. I really need to work with named colour vectors as recommended in one of the help examples of scale_colour_manual(). If I run the (second) help example with the named vector (cols), I get 4 keys in the legend (ggplot2 version 3.3.5), while a colleague got 3 keys only with ggplot2 version 3.3.3.
      filexlib. To specify colors of the bar in Barplot in ggplot2, we use the scale_fill_manual function of the ggplot2 package. Within this function, we need to specify a color for each of the bars as a vector. We can use colors using names as well as hex codes. Syntax: plot+ scale_fill_manual (values=<color-vector>)
      Using scales. The legend can be a guide for fill, colour, linetype, shape, or other aesthetics. With fill and color. Because group, the variable in the legend, is mapped to the color fill, it is necessary to use scale_fill_xxx, where xxx is a method of mapping each factor level of group to different colors. The default is to use a different hue
      Custom discrete color scale Parameters values array_like | dict Colors that make up the palette. The values will be matched with the limits of the scale or the breaks if provided. If it is a dict then it should map data values to colors. breaks array_like or callable (), optional Major break points.
      The goal of this article is to describe how to change the color of a graph generated using R software and ggplot2 package. A color can be specified either by name (e.g.: “red”) or by hexadecimal code (e.g. : “#FF1234”).
      There are two default colour scales in cf-plot: A continuous scale (‘viridis’) that goes from blue to green and then yellow and suits data that has no zero in it. For example air temperature in Kelvin or geopotential height – see example 1 in the plot gallery. A diverging scale (‘scale1’) that goes from blue to red and suits data with a zero in it. Here are the examples of the r api package:ggplot2-scale_color_manual taken from open source projects. By voting up you can indicate which examples are most useful and appropriate.
      see the below code the scale_color_manul() is not working ggplot(df, aes(x=cond, y=yval)) + geom_point() + scale_color_manual(values=c(“green”, “yellow”, “orange”)) What changes should I do if my scale_color_manul() is not working? All the technology or course names, logos, and certification titles we use are their respective owners
      Setting named values with scale_colour_manual doesn’t work · Issue #264 · tidyverse/ggplot2 · GitHub Notifications Fork 1.9k 5.7k on Nov 20, 2011 hadley closed this as completed in 7bcccb6 on Dec 21, 2011 wch mentioned this issue on Feb 4, 2012 scale_fill_manual values not respected #384 #501 kohske

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