The goal of tadaathemes is to provide a bunch of reasonably neat ggplot2 themes.
You can install the released version of tadaathemes from CRAN with:
Include a (compact?) gallery of themes (or maybe move them to a dedicated pkgdown article)
sjmgarnier/viridisLite: Viridis is the (at least my) preferred set of color scales for continuous variables
coolors: Make your own color palettes easily (useful for qualitative palettes etc.).
Plotting with fonts (and text stuff)
wilkelab/ggtext: Markdown text formatting in ggplot2! (WIP)
r-lib/ragg: Alternative output device which, among general performance/quality improvements, also eases the inclusion of system fonts.
rstudio/thematic (WIP): Auto-theming depending on context, easy styling using rstudio/bootstraplib in RMarkdown/shiny/RStudio(!). The latter is also WIP.
yixuan/showtext: For plotting with fonts, including the easy inclusion of Google fonts.
wch/extrafont: Probably maybe required to use fonts for PDF output (using
cairo_pdf)? I still don’t quite understand it, but
extrafont::loadfonts() tends to do more good than harm.