Ternary or triangle plots

Paris (U.E.), le 06/06/2016

  Bonsoir

    Nearly five years have gone by? I now find myself needing the code for triangle plots I wrote way back then for the article I mentioned and is now about finished. I the mean time, I see that your submission has grown quite nicely. There are still some differences between the two. Would my offer of contributing some additional functionality, or some variant appearance, still be of interest to the community?

  Merci

      Hubert Holin

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On 21 Sep 2011, at 00:20, Hubert Holin <hubert.holin at free.fr> wrote:

Paris (U.E.), le 21/09/2011

  Bonsoir

    I have been working in my infinitesimally small spare time for the last few months on triangle plots. Attached bellow are a few output examples (bulky because I chose the Tiff format for ?historical? reasons). I still have quite a few variations I want to code (and perhaps an article to write dealing with triangle plots and some densities). I have not made anything public yet (bad habit, I know?), but it would be a shame if we duplicated work. Would you be interested in merging our work?

  Hubert Holin

<test_baseline_trigridcontour.tif>
<test_baseline_trigridscatter.tif>

On 20 sept. 2011, at 23:01, Kevin Davies wrote:

Hello,
I'm attaching two demo plots of a class that creates ternary or triangle plots. I've done the best I can, but I don't think the code is ready for prime time. I think it needs help from an expert on matplotlib projections. I've created a branch with the ternary.py file:
https://github.com/kdavies4/matplotlib/compare/master...ternary

Kevin
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Yes, I think we are still interested, either in main-line or as a
stand-alone package under the matplotlib gh organization.

There is an open PR with a version of this code:
https://github.com/matplotlib/matplotlib/pull/3828 that needs some
attention.

Tom

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On Sun, Jun 5, 2016 at 8:11 PM Hubert Holin <Hubert.Holin at free.fr> wrote:

Paris (U.E.), le 06/06/2016

Bonsoir

Nearly five years have gone by? I now find myself needing the code for
triangle plots I wrote way back then for the article I mentioned and is now
about finished. I the mean time, I see that your submission has grown quite
nicely. There are still some differences between the two. Would my offer of
contributing some additional functionality, or some variant appearance,
still be of interest to the community?

Merci

Hubert Holin

On 21 Sep 2011, at 00:20, Hubert Holin <hubert.holin at free.fr> wrote:

Paris (U.E.), le 21/09/2011

Bonsoir

I have been working in my infinitesimally small spare time for the last
few months on triangle plots. Attached bellow are a few output examples
(bulky because I chose the Tiff format for ?historical? reasons). I still
have quite a few variations I want to code (and perhaps an article to write
dealing with triangle plots and some densities). I have not made anything
public yet (bad habit, I know?), but it would be a shame if we duplicated
work. Would you be interested in merging our work?

Hubert Holin

<test_baseline_trigridcontour.tif>
<test_baseline_trigridscatter.tif>

On 20 sept. 2011, at 23:01, Kevin Davies wrote:

Hello,
I'm attaching two demo plots of a class that creates ternary or triangle
plots. I've done the best I can, but I don't think the code is ready for
prime time. I think it needs help from an expert on matplotlib
projections. I've created a branch with the ternary.py file:
https://github.com/kdavies4/matplotlib/compare/master...ternary

Kevin
<ternary1.png><ternary2.png>
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Paris (U.E.), le 08/06/2016

  Bonsoir

    Thank you for the good feedback. I will clean up my code, ensure that it works with the current version of matplotlib (I noticed I still use a deprecated version of Delaunay, among other things) and with Python 3.5 (which I now use), and present it. I understand the fork/branch/PR procedure, having experienced it (once?) already, but I am not familiar with what you refer as the "matplotlib gh organization?, which I understand are protected branches on GitHub. Could you please elaborate? Is there somewhere where this is detailed?

    As for the PR about the current (Kevin Davies?) implementation, I am afraid I have never actually looked at the code, so I would prefer to finish polishing up my version before trying to fix that problem. But I will definitely take a look then.

    As well, looking at that PR, I noticed that joferkington also has an implementation. It would be interesting, if he were so inclined, that he published his code as well. I believe we would all benefit if we all put forward our approaches and worked towards a satisfactory, for all, solution.

  Merci

      Hubert Holin

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On 06 Jun 2016, at 02:58, Thomas Caswell <tcaswell at gmail.com> wrote:

Yes, I think we are still interested, either in main-line or as a stand-alone package under the matplotlib gh organization.

There is an open PR with a version of this code: https://github.com/matplotlib/matplotlib/pull/3828 that needs some attention.

Tom

On Sun, Jun 5, 2016 at 8:11 PM Hubert Holin <Hubert.Holin at free.fr> wrote:
Paris (U.E.), le 06/06/2016

  Bonsoir

    Nearly five years have gone by? I now find myself needing the code for triangle plots I wrote way back then for the article I mentioned and is now about finished. I the mean time, I see that your submission has grown quite nicely. There are still some differences between the two. Would my offer of contributing some additional functionality, or some variant appearance, still be of interest to the community?

  Merci

      Hubert Holin

On 21 Sep 2011, at 00:20, Hubert Holin <hubert.holin at free.fr> wrote:

Paris (U.E.), le 21/09/2011

  Bonsoir

    I have been working in my infinitesimally small spare time for the last few months on triangle plots. Attached bellow are a few output examples (bulky because I chose the Tiff format for ?historical? reasons). I still have quite a few variations I want to code (and perhaps an article to write dealing with triangle plots and some densities). I have not made anything public yet (bad habit, I know?), but it would be a shame if we duplicated work. Would you be interested in merging our work?

  Hubert Holin

<test_baseline_trigridcontour.tif>
<test_baseline_trigridscatter.tif>

On 20 sept. 2011, at 23:01, Kevin Davies wrote:

Hello,
I'm attaching two demo plots of a class that creates ternary or triangle plots. I've done the best I can, but I don't think the code is ready for prime time. I think it needs help from an expert on matplotlib projections. I've created a branch with the ternary.py file:
https://github.com/kdavies4/matplotlib/compare/master...ternary

Kevin
<ternary1.png><ternary2.png>------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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