A lag plot shows the time series against lags of itself. It is often coloured the seasonal period to identify how each season correlates with others.

gg_lag(
data,
y = NULL,
period = NULL,
lags = 1:9,
geom = c("path", "point"),
arrow = FALSE,
...
)

## Arguments

data A tidy time series object (tsibble) The variable to plot (a bare expression). If NULL, it will automatically selected from the data. The seasonal period to display. A vector of lags to display as facets. The geometry used to display the data. Arrow specification to show the direction in the lag path. If TRUE, an appropriate default arrow will be used. Alternatively, a user controllable arrow created with grid::arrow() can be used. Additional arguments passed to the geom.

## Value

A ggplot object showing a lag plot of a time series.

## Examples

library(tsibble)
library(dplyr)
tsibbledata::aus_retail %>%
filter(
State == "Victoria",
Industry == "Cafes, restaurants and catering services"
) %>%
gg_lag(Turnover)