The pander ships with a default theme when the 'unify plots' option is enabled via panderOptions, which is now also available outside of pander internals, like evals, eval.msgs or Pandoc.brew.

theme_pander(
  base_size = 12,
  base_family = "sans",
  nomargin = TRUE,
  ff = NULL,
  fc = "black",
  fs = NULL,
  gM = TRUE,
  gm = TRUE,
  gc = "grey",
  gl = "dashed",
  boxes = FALSE,
  bc = "white",
  pc = "transparent",
  lp = "right",
  axis = 1
)

Arguments

base_size

base font size, given in pts.

base_family

base font family

nomargin

suppress the white space around the plot (boolean)

ff

font family, like sans. Deprecated: use base_family instead.

fc

font color (name or hexa code)

fs

font size (integer). Deprecated: use base_size instead.

gM

major grid (boolean)

gm

minor grid (boolean)

gc

grid color (name or hexa code)

gl

grid line type (lty)

boxes

to render a border around the plot or not

bc

background color (name or hexa code)

pc

panel background color (name or hexa code)

lp

legend position

axis

axis angle as defined in par(les)

Examples

require("ggplot2") if (require("pander")) { p <- ggplot(mtcars, aes(x = mpg, y = wt)) + geom_point() p + theme_pander() panderOptions("graph.grid.color", "red") p + theme_pander() p <- ggplot(mtcars, aes(wt, mpg, colour = factor(cyl))) + geom_point() p + theme_pander() + scale_color_pander() ggplot(mpg, aes(x = class, fill = drv)) + geom_bar() + scale_fill_pander() + theme_pander() }
#> Loading required package: pander