ggplotify - ggplot everything

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Convert plot function call (using expression or formula) to 'grob' or 'ggplot' object that compatible to the 'grid' and 'ggplot2' ecosystem. With this package, we are able to e.g. using 'cowplot' to align plots produced by 'base' graphics, 'grid', 'lattice', 'vcd' etc. by converting them to 'ggplot' objects. For more details, please refer to the online vignette.

https://cran.r-project.org/package=ggplotify/vignettes/ggplotify.html
https://github.com/GuangchuangYu/ggplotify

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