Re: triangular phase diagram

*To*: mathgroup at christensen.cybernetics.net*Subject*: [mg1203] Re: [mg1176] triangular phase diagram*From*: twj (Tom Wickham-Jones)*Date*: Tue, 23 May 1995 02:47:36 -0400

>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. I wrote a package ComponentPlot.m that can make pictures like this. It is part of the ExtendGraphics set of packages that are available from MathSource (item number 0205-041). I wrote it as a programming example of defining a new graphics object and its construction and use are described in my book Mathematica Graphics, Techniques and Applications published by TELOS/Springer-Verlag. Tom Wickham-Jones WRI