100% stacked column chart with R
100% stacked column charts are similar to stacked column charts in that categories are represented as vertical bars and series as components of those bars. However, in a 100% stacked column chart, each series bar represents the percentage of the whole to which it belongs, where the total (cumulative) of each stacked bar always equals 100%.
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100% stacked column chart
# Loading required packages library(unhcrthemes) library(tidyverse) library(scales) # Loading data <- read_csv("https://raw.githubusercontent.com/GDS-ODSSS/unhcr-dataviz-platform/master/data/part_to_a_whole/column_stacked_100perc.csv") df # Plot ggplot(df) + geom_col(aes( x = year, y = percentage, fill = funding_type ),width = 0.7, position = position_fill() + ) scale_fill_unhcr_d(palette = "pal_unhcr") + scale_x_continuous(breaks = pretty_breaks(n = 9)) + scale_y_continuous( expand = expansion(c(0, 0.01)), labels = percent + ) labs( title = "Levels of earmarking | 2012-2020", caption = "Source: UNHCR\n© UNHCR, The UN Refugee Agency" + ) theme_unhcr( grid = "Y", axis = "x", axis_title = FALSE )