ggplot2 plot not rendering in Rj Editor after update to 1.6.

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by SMackinnon » Thu Mar 11, 2021 8:17 pm

So related to the posts above:

a) Related to yoshi's post, I also replicate the problem of not being able to create 2 plots in one instance of RjEditor when using ggplot (making violin plots and density plots). A workaround is running two instances of RjEditor with one plot each. This is again an issue only on Macs, version 1.6.18 of jamovi. No issues on PCs.

b) The problem acshephard is talking about also replicates on my Macbook. For clarity something like this WON'T run, and has an infinite loading icon:

ggplot(data, aes(x = quantity, fill = culture)) +
geom_density() +
facet_grid(culture ~ .)

BUT, this WILL run after taking the legend away:

ggplot(data, aes(x = quantity, fill = culture)) +
geom_dotplot() +
facet_grid(culture ~ .) +
guides(fill = FALSE)
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by jonathon » Thu Mar 11, 2021 10:32 pm

yeah, this is all on R ... these objects should only be a few kilobytes, but they're ending up being multiple megabytes.

i've raised the size limit of coms to be 4Mb, but these objects are ridiculously huge. a single plot works because it probably weighs in at 3Mb, under the limit. a second plot adds another 3Mb, pushing it over the limit.

there are a few different ways to work around this, but they come with their own set of pros and cons.

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