Bar colors in ggplot2 geom_bar not applied correctly (R)

Bar colors in ggplot2 geom_bar not applied correctly (R)

By : Lester DeKay
Date : November 22 2020, 02:59 PM
Hope that helps The problem boils down to mapping bar_colors to fill. By default, ggplot2 will assign levels of the fill alphabetically instead of the order they appear in the dataset. When you were assigning the color values in scale_fill_manual, you were essentially assigning the colors in a different order than fill did, and things were mismatched.
If you wanted to go this route (using the colors as your fill variable), you'd want to explicitly make a factor variable and assign the levels in the order they appear in the dataset. I made a separate variable, although you could have replaced the original character variable with the factor and used levels instead of unique in scale_fill_manual.
code :
target_data$bar_colors2 = factor(target_data$bar_colors, levels = unique(target_data$bar_colors))

ggplot(data=target_data, aes(x=UnitCode, y=Minutes, fill=bar_colors2)) + 
    geom_bar(stat="identity") + 
                   labels = unique(target_data$State))
ggplot(data=target_data, aes(x=UnitCode, y=Minutes, fill=State)) + 
    geom_bar(stat="identity") + 

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ggplot2: Using `fill = …` in aes(..) and geom_bar(..). The colors repeat

ggplot2: Using `fill = …` in aes(..) and geom_bar(..). The colors repeat

By : Jack Wheeler
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you It appears that your data.frame is a summary table. In which case, stat = 'identity' could be appropriate within the geom_bar command. Except not. You need ggplot to perform additional aggregations on the summary table. For the first stacked bar (MORPH_PC1), the components to be stacked are ordered, and, despite stat='identity', ggplot will add the appropriate weights. But if you change the order of the components of the first stacked bar, then it too will contain repeated colours. For instance, use your ggplot command with the following data frame to see the effect. It's your data frame except for a slight change in the order for the Model2 variable.
code :
dat = read.table(text = "      Gene    Morpho Model     Weights Model2
29 3_RH2B Morph_PC1   BM1 0.301666667    BMx
32 3_RH2B Morph_PC1   OUM 0.066666667   OUMx
30 3_RH2B Morph_PC1   BMS 0.478333333    BMx
31 3_RH2B Morph_PC1   OU1 0.091666667    OU1
33 3_RH2B Morph_PC1  OUMA 0.028333333   OUMx
34 3_RH2B Morph_PC1  OUMV 0.023333333   OUMx
35 3_RH2B Morph_PC1 OUMVA 0.008333333   OUMx
36 3_RH2B Morph_PC2   OUM 0.246666667   OUMx
37 3_RH2B Morph_PC2  OUMA 0.171666667   OUMx
38 3_RH2B Morph_PC2  OUMV 0.096666667   OUMx
39 3_RH2B Morph_PC2   BMS 0.106666667    BMx
40 3_RH2B Morph_PC2   OU1 0.213333333    OU1
41 3_RH2B Morph_PC2   BM1 0.140000000    BMx
42 3_RH2B Morph_PC2 OUMVA 0.025000000   OUMx", header = TRUE, sep = "")
datRevised = aggregate(Weights ~ Morpho + Model2, data = dat, FUN = "sum")
ggplot(datRevised, aes(x=Morpho, y=Weights, fill=Model2)) + geom_bar(stat='identity') + ggtitle('RH2B')
ggplot(dat, aes(x=Morpho, weight=Weights, fill=Model2)) + geom_bar() + ggtitle('RH2B')
Using Geom_Bar in GGplot2

Using Geom_Bar in GGplot2

By : user3559151
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps So I'm trying to use geom_bar in ggplot2, and all of the cases that I see of people demonstrating it online are of comparative frequencies of certain things. The chart that I'm trying to do is the stacked bar graph like this one , I think you can start from this:
code :
v=data.frame(x="My Stacked Bar", y=c(1,2,3,4))

ggplot(data = v, aes(x = factor(x), y = y))+
  geom_bar(aes(fill=factor(y)), stat="identity")
R - ggplot2 geom_bar() doesn't plot correctly column's values

R - ggplot2 geom_bar() doesn't plot correctly column's values

By : André Iván
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue I am new to R
code :
# sample Data frame #
finaldata = data.frame(country,c_count)
ggplot(finaldata, aes(x=country)) +
geom_bar(aes(weight = c_count))
ggplot2: Using `fill = …` in aes(..) and geom_bar(..). The colors don't repeat

ggplot2: Using `fill = …` in aes(..) and geom_bar(..). The colors don't repeat

By : tsnell
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . Are you expecting something like the following?
(black outline added to each component of the bars for emphasis)
code :
       aes(x = Chromosome, y = End_position, 
           group = seq(1, nrow(df2)), # or seq(nrow(df2), 1)
           fill = Atr, label = End_position)) +
  geom_bar(stat = "identity", color = "black") +
  geom_text(size = 3, position = position_stack(vjust = 0.5))+
  ggtitle('Stacked chromosome')
Wrong border colors on geom_bar plot in ggplot2

Wrong border colors on geom_bar plot in ggplot2

By : TLW
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem Move the colour="black" outside the aes() statement. aes() uses variables from your data to create aesthetics, so you're saying to base color off of the column "black", which doesn't exist.
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