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Generate a ggplot2 instance containing a curling sheet for a specified league

Usage

geom_curling(
  league,
  display_range = "full",
  sheet_updates = list(),
  color_updates = list(),
  rotation = 0,
  x_trans = 0,
  y_trans = 0,
  sheet_units = NULL,
  xlims = NULL,
  ylims = NULL
)

Arguments

league

The league for which to draw the surface. This is case-insensitive

display_range

A case-insensitive string indicating the display range to use for the plot. The default is "full", which will be returned when either an invalid or no value is passed to the function.

The possible display ranges are:

"full"

The full sheet. This is the default

"house"

A single house, which defaults to the top house in TV view

sheet_updates

A list of updates to the sheet's parameters. These will overwrite the parameters of the league

color_updates

A list of updates to the sheet's default colors, which are set by curling_features_set_colors()

rotation

An angle, given in degrees, through which the plot should be rotated

x_trans

The amount that the x coordinates are to be shifted. By convention, the +x axis extends from the center of the sheet towards the right-hand goal when viewing the sheet in TV View

y_trans

The amount that the y coordinates are to be shifted. By convention, the +y axis extends from the center of the sheet towards the top of the sheet when viewing the sheet in TV view

sheet_units

The units with which to draw the sheet. The default is NULL, which will apply the rule-book specified units

xlims

The limits on the final display in the x direction. The default is NULL, which will utilize the xlims specified by the display_range parameter

ylims

The limits on the final display in the y direction. The default is NULL, which will utilize the ylims specified by the display_range parameter

Value

A ggplot2 instance with a full-surface representation of a curling sheet

Examples

if (FALSE) {
  geom_curling(league = "wcf", rotation = 270, display_range = "house")
  geom_curling(league = "wcf", sheet_units = "ft")
}