round_rect {baffle} | R Documentation |
Plot one or more rectangles with rounded corners.
round_rect(x1, y1, x2, y2, xr = 0.2, yr = 0.2, n = 10, ...)
x1 , y1 |
x and y coordinates of the bottom left corner |
x2 , y2 |
x and y coordinates of the top right corner |
xr , yr |
the proportion of length of a side of the rectangle, from which the rounded corners start. Values between 0 and 1 are permitted. See details. |
n |
the number of points used to approximate the curvature of the rounded corner |
... |
other parameters passed to [graphics::polygon()]. |
The rounded corner is a part of a circle (one quarter) drawn between two points of neighbouring sides of a rectangle. The relative position of these two points determine how rounded will the final shape be. The position of these points is determined by the parameters 'xr' and 'yr', which determine the proportion of side x and y, from which the rounded corner is drawn. Values between 0 and 1 are permitted, but given the symmetricity of a rectangle, values larger than 0.5 are reflected back (modulo 0.5). When both xr and yr are 0 or 1, normal rectangle without rounded corners is drawn. When xr and yr are 0.5, ellipsis is drawn.
No return value, called for side effects