This function is used to create a basic forest plot. It requires the output from format_1_to_many.

forest_plot_basic2(
dat,
section = NULL,
colour_group = NULL,
colour_group_first = TRUE,
xlab = NULL,
bottom = TRUE,
trans = "identity",
xlim = NULL,
lo = lo,
up = up,
)
dat Output from format_1_to_many() Which category in dat to plot. If NULL then prints everything. Which exposure to plot. If NULL then prints everything grouping by colour. The default is TRUE. x-axis label. Default=NULL. Show x-axis? Default=FALSE. x-axis scale. x-axis limits. Lower limit of x axis. Upper limit of x axis. text size for the subheadings. The subheadings correspond to the values of the section argument. the general colour scheme for the plot. Default is to make all text and data points "black". the shape of the data points to pass to ggplot2::geom_points(). Default is set to 15 (filled square).