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Topic: triangular phase diagram
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Registered: 12/19/13
Re: triangular phase diagram
Posted: Dec 20, 2013 5:32 AM
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Dear Marc,

I wanted to mention that I have just published on CRAN, a package for R, for the plotting of ternary diagrams.

It is based off ggplot2, which is highly regarded, and, my website can be viewed at, including many examples, specifically including a case study at the following address:

Hope you find it of value.

Best Regards,

Nicholas Hamilton
School of Materials Science and Engineering
Univesity of New South Wales
Sydney Australia

On Saturday, May 20, 1995 5:00:00 PM UTC+10, Marc Boullier wrote:
> I've heard about mathematica. I am working in chemistry
> and I would like to know if I can draw some triangular
> phase diagram with mathematica:
> example:
> A
> /\
> /| \
> /2| \
> /_/ 1 \
> / ____ \
> / / 2 \ \
> /__/______\__\
> B C
> this is a kind of binary diagram extended to the
> concept of ternary diagram.
> my e-mail address is
> Thanks you for your answer.
> Marc Boullier.

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