Bin Plots : Parameters used to create bin plots in 2d scatter plots

# binplotBinWidth

# binplotBins

Approximate number of bins in a bin plot. It may vary considerably to the actual number used in the bin plot to ensure a pretty size for the intervals in the bin plot. ggplots default is 30
Type: array
Default: []

# binplotColorScheme

Color scheme to use in binplots
Type: string
Default: BluesDark
Options: YlGn, YlGnBu, GnBu, BuGn, PuBuGn, PuBu, BuPu, RdPu, PuRd, OrRd, YlOrRd, YlOrBr, Purples, Blues, BluesDark, Greens, Oranges, Reds, Greys, PuOr, BrBG, PRGn, PiYG, RdBu, RdGy, RdYlBu, Spectral, RdYlGn, Accent, Dark2, Paired, Pastel1, Pastel2, Set1, Set2, Set3, Default, Basic, Light, Favorite, Pastel, Balanced, Rpalette, RlatticeBackground, RlatticeShingle, RlatticeLine, RlatticePolygon, Bootstrap, Economist, EconomistBG, Excel, Excel2, Excel3, GGPlot, Solarized, SolarizedBase, PaulTol, ColorBlind, Tableau, TableauGrey, TableauColorBlind, TableauTrafficLight, TableauPurpleGrey, TableauBlueRed, TableauGreenOrange, TableauCyclic, TableauPairSequential, TableauTripleDiverging, WallStreetJournal, WallStreetJournal2, WallStreetJournal3, WallStreetJournalRedGreen, WallStreetJournalBlackGreen, WallStreetJournalDemRep, Stata, Stata2, Stata3, StataMono, BlackAndWhite, CanvasXpress, CanvasXpressT

# binplotDrop

# binplotShape

Type for the shape to use in binplots
Type: string
Default: hexagon
Options: rectangle, hexagon, oval