Hi! Thanks for checking out the mazing package! In this document, I’ll provide examples of some of the things you can do with the package and hopefully inspire you to make some cool mazes of your own.

Creating mazes

The most basic functionality of mazing is producing a rectangular maze, which we do with the maze function.

m <- maze(35,100)
plot(m, lwd = 3)

We can also produce mazes from existing binary matrices. This allows us to create mazes in a wider variety of shapes!

mat <- matrix(1, 20, 20)
for(i in 1:nrow(mat)){
    for(j in 1:ncol(mat)){
        if((i-10.5)^2+(j-10.5)^2 > 100){
            mat[i,j] <- 0
m <- as.maze(mat)
plot(m, lwd = 4)

This is also how I produced the hexagonal maze for the sticker: