11.31 Labels with Dates
::read_csv("data/covid_contact_locations.csv", col_names=c("state", "date", "count")) %>% readr::filter(state == "NSW") %>% dplyrggplot(aes(x=date, y=count, fill=date)) + geom_col(width=1) + labs(x="Date", y="Count", title="NSW Daily Contact Tracing Location Counts") + ::theme_economist() + ggthemestheme(legend.position="none") + scale_x_date(date_labels="%b %Y")
Use ggplot2::scale_x_date() with
date_labels="%b %Y" to plot
Month Year on the x-axis. The sample dataset here is a COVID-19
contact tracing location dataset, counting the number of new contact
tracing locations reported for particular dates in New South Wales,
Australia. The data is loaded using readr::read_csv() from a
csv file without a header row so we provide
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