Continuous color scales using the sequential color palettes in Tableau. See scale_colour_tableau() for Tableau discrete color scales, and scale_colour_gradient2_tableau() for diverging color scales.

scale_colour_gradient_tableau(
  palette = "Blue",
  ...,
  na.value = "grey50",
  guide = "colourbar"
)

scale_fill_gradient_tableau(
  palette = "Blue",
  ...,
  na.value = "grey50",
  guide = "colourbar"
)

scale_color_gradient_tableau(
  palette = "Blue",
  ...,
  na.value = "grey50",
  guide = "colourbar"
)

scale_color_continuous_tableau(
  palette = "Blue",
  ...,
  na.value = "grey50",
  guide = "colourbar"
)

scale_fill_continuous_tableau(
  palette = "Blue",
  ...,
  na.value = "grey50",
  guide = "colourbar"
)

Arguments

palette

Palette name.

  • "ordered-sequential""Blue-Green Sequential", "Blue Light", "Orange Light", "Blue", "Orange", "Green", "Red", "Purple", "Brown", "Gray", "Gray Warm", "Blue-Teal", "Orange-Gold", "Green-Gold", "Red-Gold", "Classic Green", "Classic Gray", "Classic Blue", "Classic Red", "Classic Orange", "Classic Area Red", "Classic Area Green", "Classic Area-Brown"

  • "ordered-diverging""Orange-Blue Diverging", "Red-Green Diverging", "Green-Blue Diverging", "Red-Blue Diverging", "Red-Black Diverging", "Gold-Purple Diverging", "Red-Green-Gold Diverging", "Sunset-Sunrise Diverging", "Orange-Blue-White Diverging", "Red-Green-White Diverging", "Green-Blue-White Diverging", "Red-Blue-White Diverging", "Red-Black-White Diverging", "Orange-Blue Light Diverging", "Temperature Diverging", "Classic Red-Green", "Classic Red-Blue", "Classic Red-Black", "Classic Area Red-Green", "Classic Orange-Blue", "Classic Green-Blue", "Classic Red-White-Green", "Classic Red-White-Black", "Classic Orange-White-Blue", "Classic Red-White-Black Light", "Classic Orange-White-Blue Light", "Classic Red-White-Green Light", "Classic Red-Green Light"

...

Arguments passed to tableau_gradient_pal.

na.value

Colour to use for missing values

guide

Type of legend. Use 'colourbar' for continuous colour bar, or 'legend' for discrete colour legend.

See also

Examples

library("ggplot2") df <- data.frame( x = runif(100), y = runif(100), z1 = rnorm(100), z2 = abs(rnorm(100)) ) p <- ggplot(df, aes(x, y)) + geom_point(aes(colour = z2)) + theme_igray() palettes <- ggthemes_data[["tableau"]][["color-palettes"]][["ordered-sequential"]] for (palette in head(names(palettes))) { print(p + scale_colour_gradient_tableau(palette) + ggtitle(palette)) }