Function to create a plot specification that can be added as content to a report. The create_plot function can be used to include charts, graphs, and figures on a statistical report. The function only supports plot objects returned by ggplot or ggsurvplot. It does not support the Base R plot function.

create_plot(x, height, width)

## Arguments

x The plot to create. Specifically, this parameter should be set to an object returned from a call to ggplot or ggsurvplot. The height of the plot in the specified units of measure. The width of the plot in the specified units of measure.

## Value

The plot specification.

## Details

To add a plot to a report, use the create_plot function. The function allows you to set a width and height for the plot. The function will preserve any other geometries you apply to the plot. See the add_content function to control page breaking and blanks spaces above or below the plot.

A plot specification accepts a page_by function. If a page by is applied to the plot, the plot data will be subset by the page by variable, and re-run for each subset.

The plot specification also accepts titles and footnotes. See the titles and footnotes functions for further details.

titles to add a title block to the plot, footnotes to add footnotes, and add_content to add the plot object to a report.

Other plot: print.plot_spec()

## Examples

library(reporter)
library(ggplot2)
library(magrittr)

# Create temp file path
tmp <- file.path(tempdir(), "mtcars.rtf")

# Create ggplot
p <- ggplot(mtcars, aes(x=cyl, y=mpg)) + geom_point()

# Create plot object
plt <- create_plot(p, height = 4, width = 8)

rpt <- create_report(tmp, output_type = "RTF") %>%