I couldn't find a ggplot2 function that combines multiple ggplot plots into one for saving. Instead, I have to use the function ggarange from the package ggpubr. Why ggplot2 does not provide such function or am I missing something?
Have you tried using the package "patchwork". Patchwork allows you to combine multiple ggplot plots into one with many different ways and it's quite helpful.
I am looking for a solution with the ggplot2 package.
That is not a ggplot2 feature so there isn't one, if you are interested in getting an explanation from the developers on why this isn't implemented natively, then I think that filing a feature request on the GitHub repository would be the way to go.
Not sure what you mean when you say from within ggplot2. Ggplot2 allows the below
- You can use more than geoms in a plot which get added as layers in the same plot
- You can create as many plots as required using facet_wrap function
- You can go even further and use facet_grid to add more to the same plot
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