Places an arbitrary grob somewhere onto the drawing canvas. By default, coordinates run from 0 to 1, and the point (0, 0) is in the lower left corner of the canvas.

draw_grob(
grob,
x = 0,
y = 0,
width = 1,
height = 1,
scale = 1,
clip = "inherit",
hjust = 0,
vjust = 0,
halign = 0.5,
valign = 0.5
)

## Arguments

grob The grob to place. The x location of the grob. (Left side if hjust = 0.) The y location of the grob. (Bottom side if vjust = 0.) Width of the grob. Height of the grob. Scales the grob relative to the rectangle defined by x, y, width, height. A setting of scale = 1 indicates no scaling. Set to "on" to clip the grob or "inherit" to not clip. Note that clipping doesn't always work as expected, due to limitations of the grid graphics system. Horizontal and vertical justification relative to x. Horizontal and vertical justification of the grob inside the box.

## Examples

# A grid grob (here a blue circle)
g <- grid::circleGrob(gp = grid::gpar(fill = "blue"))
# place into the middle of the plotting area, at a scale of 50%
ggdraw() + draw_grob(g, scale = 0.5)