# Let’s Try Some Visualisation

An example of the value suppressing uncertainty scale. Great uses include forecast uncertainity.

Michael DeWitt https://michaeldewittjr.com
07-04-2018

So I am going to try to use this blog to capture programming tricks and examples of R coding, data visualisation and general musing that I find interesting. This is mainly for personal use and as a nice memory tool.

Below is an example from Claus Wilke’s multiscales package. The details can be found here. I like that it uses `geom_sf` and one can also use the value suppressing uncertainity palettes. I often want to communicate uncertainity in cartographic mapping and this provides a much better way to do that. More on that article here.

So now for the example that one can use as…thanks Claus

``````
library(ggplot2)
library(multiscales)``````
``````
colors <- scales::colour_ramp(
colors = c(red = "#AC202F", purple = "#740280", blue = "#2265A3")
)((0:7)/7)

p<-ggplot(US_polling) +
geom_sf(aes(fill = zip(Clinton_lead, moe_normalized)), color = "gray30", size = 0.2) +
coord_sf(datum = NA) +
bivariate_scale("fill",
pal_vsup(values = colors, max_desat = 0.8, pow_desat = 0.2, max_light = 0.7, pow_light = 1),
limits = list(c(-40, 40), c(0, 1)),
breaks = list(c(-40, -20, 0, 20, 40), c(0, 0.25, 0.50, 0.75, 1.)),
labels = list(waiver(), scales::percent),
guide = "colourfan"
) +
theme_void() +
theme(
legend.key.size = grid::unit(0.8, "cm"),
legend.title.align = 0.5,
plot.margin = margin(5.5, 20, 5.5, 5.5)
)
p``````

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`DeWitt (2018, July 4). Michael DeWitt: Let's Try Some Visualisation. Retrieved from https://michaeldewittjr.com/dewitt_blog/posts/2018-07-04-let-s-try-some-visualisation_files/`
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