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,
  subheading_size = subheading_size,
  colour_scheme = "black",
  shape_points = 15
)

Arguments

dat

Output from format_1_to_many()

section

Which category in dat to plot. If NULL then prints everything.

colour_group

Which exposure to plot. If NULL then prints everything grouping by colour.

colour_group_first

The default is TRUE.

xlab

x-axis label. Default=NULL.

bottom

Show x-axis? Default=FALSE.

trans

x-axis scale.

xlim

x-axis limits.

lo

Lower limit of x axis.

up

Upper limit of x axis.

subheading_size

text size for the subheadings. The subheadings correspond to the values of the section argument.

colour_scheme

the general colour scheme for the plot. Default is to make all text and data points "black".

shape_points

the shape of the data points to pass to ggplot2::geom_points(). Default is set to 15 (filled square).

Value

ggplot object