This site lets you create a ternary plot quickly and easily! Don’t know what ternary plot is? No problem, just check the explanation page. Load some sample data and try clicking all the “plot” buttons below for a quick example of a ternary plot. Check the input parameters section below for all the details on how to plot points, lines, and areas. Happy ternary plotting!
The first row has to contain your column names and these have to be the first three values. These will be entered as vertex labels in the ternary plot. The labels are placed in counter-clockwise order: First column: top, second column: left, third column: right. Note that you have to keep the order of the your three column names consistent between points and lines.
For the values you can use either decimals
0.5 or percentages
50. Mixing these formats between rows is possible. You can't mix formats in one row though! Also be sure to use a dot as a decimal separator.
Lines and areas are seperated by one empty row. Only the first row of a a line or area style parameters area read. The optional parameters on following rows won't be read.
|Title||Text (without commas and dashed). This will appended as an SVG title and will appear when hovering over the point or line.|
|Color (or colour)||A hexadecimal color value like
|Opacity||Value between 1 and 0|
|Point only: Shape||Circle, cross, diamond, triangle-down, or triangle-up|
|Point only: Size||Integer. Default is 70.|
|Line only: Linestyle||An SVG stroke-dasharray. A list of length's and percentage's that specify the lengths of alternating dashes and gaps. The values should be separated by commmas or spaces. For example:
|Line only: Strokewidth||The width of the line in pixels. Be warned; anything above