Components in grammar of graphics

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What are the different components in the grammar of graphics?

Can someone please list them?

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Broadly speaking these are different components in grammar of graphics:

  • Data layer

  • Aesthetics layer

  • Geometry layer

  • Facet layer

  • Co-ordinate layer

  • Themes layer

answered Jul 24, 2018 by darklord
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