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Creating Customized Stacked Bar Chart in R

I have some data that I need to visualize in a stacked bar chart, but in a few ways:

Some of the bars should not be shown
Some bars should be under other bars
I need my scales to be different for each graph

This data is made of four variables: foo, bar, foo_bar, and foo_bar_bar
Below I have an example of the data and the graph I have so far. I am using ggplot2 to create the graph, and since I have spent a good amount of time writing this post, I am hoping for some guidance on how I could achieve the following goals:

I need to remove a few bars from the graph, specifically bars 1 and 4
I need to put bars 2 and 3 in the space under bars 1 and 4
I need to scale the axis so that bars 1 and 4 are much taller

Do you have any ideas? Thanks so much in advance!


I can’t exactly answer your question, but I can offer a solution to your problem.
What you can do is rescale each of the y axis separately after you make it (I am doing this in ggplot):

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