See pal_material for details.

scale_color_material(palette = c("red", "pink", "purple", "deep-purple",
  "indigo", "blue", "light-blue", "cyan", "teal", "green", "light-green",
  "lime", "yellow", "amber", "orange", "deep-orange", "brown", "grey",
  "blue-grey"), alpha = 1, reverse = FALSE, ...)

scale_colour_material(palette = c("red", "pink", "purple", "deep-purple",
  "indigo", "blue", "light-blue", "cyan", "teal", "green", "light-green",
  "lime", "yellow", "amber", "orange", "deep-orange", "brown", "grey",
  "blue-grey"), alpha = 1, reverse = FALSE, ...)

scale_fill_material(palette = c("red", "pink", "purple", "deep-purple",
  "indigo", "blue", "light-blue", "cyan", "teal", "green", "light-green",
  "lime", "yellow", "amber", "orange", "deep-orange", "brown", "grey",
  "blue-grey"), alpha = 1, reverse = FALSE, ...)

Arguments

palette

Palette type. There are 19 available options:

  • "red"

  • "pink"

  • "purple"

  • "deep-purple"

  • "indigo"

  • "blue"

  • "light-blue"

  • "cyan"

  • "teal"

  • "green"

  • "light-green"

  • "lime"

  • "yellow"

  • "amber"

  • "orange",

  • "deep-orange"

  • "brown"

  • "grey"

  • "blue-grey"

See the material design color guidelines for details.

alpha

Transparency level, a real number in (0, 1]. See alpha in rgb for details.

reverse

Logical. Should the order of the colors be reversed?

...

additional parameters for discrete_scale

Examples

library("ggplot2") library("reshape2") data("mtcars") cor = abs(cor(mtcars)) cor_melt = melt(cor) ggplot(cor_melt, aes(x = Var1, y = Var2, fill = value)) + geom_tile(colour = "black", size = 0.3) + theme_bw() + scale_fill_material("blue-grey")