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Multiplier on piper or ternary diagram?


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My samples are grouped tightly together when plotted on piper and ternary diagrams and I would like to apply a multiplier to Cl in order to see patterns within the grouping. Is this possible? Thanks.

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Hi,


Currently there is no way to add a multiplier to a Ternary or Piper plot. You might try another plot, like the Schoeller diagram, which uses a log scale to compare the concentrations of various components in different samples. You might also manually change the concentration of Cl- in your spreadsheet. Be careful with this option, though. You obviously shouldn't do any calculations with the modified values and you should make sure to designate on the plot in post-processing the change you'e made.


Hope this helps,


Brian Farrell

Aqueous Solutions LLC

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