Create plots using multpile dataframes

ggplot2

#1

I am trying to create a plot wherein i can compare a particular column values which is there in both data frames .
ALso highlight few colors taking a 3rd column values into consideration .

I tried using plot_ly and add_trace but its not the best solution i guess . Can someone help

plot_ly(data = Data%>%
                select(Code, Description, Type, Group)%>%
                filter(Type %in% c('Exc'))%>%
                group_by(Code, Description, Type)%>%
                summarize(count = n())
              , x = ~Code, y = ~count,type = 'bar', 
              # text = ~count, textposition = 'auto',textfont = list(color = '#000000', size = 10),
                        name = 'Old', marker = list(color = 'blue'))%>%
              add_text(text = ~count, textposition = "top",textfont = list(color = '#000000', size = 15)) %>%
              add_trace(data = New, x = ~Code, y = ~count1, type = 'bar',
                        text = ~count1, textposition = 'auto',textfont = list(color = 'black',size = 1000),
                        name = 'New', marker = list(color = 'orange'))%>%
              layout(xaxis = list(title = "Comparision"),
              yaxis = list(title = 'Number of Users')

#2

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#3

Thanks

t1 <- plot_ly(
  data = OldPerm %>%
    select(Code, Description, Type, Group) %>%
    filter(Type %in% c('Exc')) %>%
    group_by(Code, Description, Type) %>%
    summarize(count = n())
  ,
  x = ~ Code,
  y = ~ count,
  type = 'bar',
  # text = ~count, textposition = 'auto',textfont = list(color = '#000000', size = 10),
  name = 'Old',
  marker = list(color = 'blue')
) %>%
  add_text(
    text = ~ count,
    textposition = "top",
    textfont = list(color = '#000000', size = 15)
  ) %>%
  add_trace(
    data = New,
    x = ~ Code,
    y = ~ count1,
    type = 'bar',
    text = ~ count1,
    textposition = 'auto',
    textfont = list(color = 'black', size = 1000),
    name = 'NewData',
    marker = list(color = 'orange')
  ) %>%
  layout(
    xaxis = list(title = "Comparision"),
    yaxis = list(title = 'Number of Users'),
    barmode = 'group'
  )