Helper enum of predefined transformations of axes Note that the
transformations will be translated internally into `ggplot2`

transformations. `ggplot2`

includes more transformations than what is
available in this enum.

## See also

Other enum helpers:
`AestheticFields`

,
`AestheticProperties`

,
`AestheticSelectionKeys`

,
`Alignments`

,
`AtomPlots`

,
`ColorMaps`

,
`ColorPalettes`

,
`DataMappings`

,
`DefaultDataMappingValues`

,
`Directions`

,
`ExportFormats`

,
`ExportUnits`

,
`FontFaces`

,
`HorizontalJustification`

,
`LegendPositions`

,
`LegendTypes`

,
`Linetypes`

,
`MoleculePlots`

,
`PlotAnnotationTextSize`

,
`PlotConfigurations`

,
`Shapes`

,
`TagPositions`

,
`TickLabelTransforms`

,
`VerticalJustification`

,
`tlfStatFunctions`

## Examples

```
# Continuous linear/identity scale
Scaling$identity
#> [1] "identity"
Scaling$lin
#> [1] "lin"
# Continuous log10 scale
Scaling$log
#> [1] "log"
# Continuous natural logarithm (ln) scale (base is *e*)
Scaling$ln
#> [1] "ln"
# Discrete scale for categrical data such as boxplot and tornado plot data
Scaling$discrete
#> [1] "discrete"
# Reverse continuous linear scale to switch end and beginning of linear scale
Scaling$reverse
#> [1] "reverse"
# Continusous square root scale
Scaling$sqrt
#> [1] "sqrt"
# Time scale for POSIXlt or POSIXct data
Scaling$time
#> [1] "time"
# Date scale for POSIXlt or POSIXct data
Scaling$date
#> [1] "date"
```