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JMP 11 Online Documentation (English)
Discovering JMP
Using JMP
Basic Analysis
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Essential Graphing
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Ternary Plots
• The Ternary Plot
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The Ternary Plot
Follow the instructions in
Example of a Ternary Plot
to produce the plot shown in
The Ternary Plot
.
Each of the three sides of a ternary plot represents a proportion of 0%, with the point of the triangle opposite that base representing a proportion of 100%. As a proportion increases in any one sample, the point representing that sample moves from the base to the opposite point of the triangle.
The Ternary Plot
Mixtures and Constraints
Ternary Plot uses the Mixture column property to shade the portion of the graph that is out of bounds. The only constraints that the Ternary plot recognizes are the mixture sum and the mixture bounds. The Ternary plot does not recognize a general linear constraint like the Mixture Profiler does. For information about setting the Mixture column property in the Column Info window, see the
Using JMP
book.
Related Information
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Example Using Mixture Constraints