library(geomtextpath) %>% ds filter(location %in% c("Canberra", "Sydney", "Darwin")) %>% ggplot(aes(x=max_temp, colour=location, label=location)) + geom_textdensity(size=5, fontface=2, vjust=-0.2, hjust=0.2) + labs(x="Maximum Temperature", y="Density") + theme(legend.position="none")
Using geomtextpath (Cameron and van den Brand 2022) to flexibly add text to a plot, the
text can be moved to above or below the line with a change to the
vjust= option and how far along the plot the text appears is
Cameron, Allan, and Teun van den Brand. 2022. Geomtextpath: Curved Text in Ggplot2. https://allancameron.github.io/geomtextpath/.
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