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How can I change the spacing of the labels and grid lines on my Grapher piper plot?

This article tells you how to change the spacing of labels and grid lines for the piper plot.grf sample file. By default the spacing is 20, but this article explains how to change the spacing to 10. This can be changed to other values, this is just the value that was chosen for this example.

 

To change the spacing in the diamond plot:

  1. Select Ternary Z Axis in the Upside down graph.
  2. Click on the Tick Marks tab in the Property Manager.
  3. Change the Spacing in the Major Ticks section to 0.1.
  4. Select Ternary X Axis in the Upside down graph.
  5. Click on the Tick Marks tab in the Property Manager.
  6. Change the Spacing in the Major Ticks section to 0.1.
  7. Select Ternary Plot 1 in the Right Ternary graph.
  8. Click Graphs | Worksheet | Display.
  9. In columns N and O, update the values so they go from 0-100 and 100-0 in increments of 10.
  10. Select Ternary X Axis in the Upper right side up graph.
  11. Click on the Tick Marks tab in the Property Manager.
  12. Change the Spacing in the Major Ticks section to 10.
  13. Select Ternary Z Axis in the Upper right side up graph.
  14. Click on the Tick Marks tab in the Property Manager.
  15. Change the First tick value and Last tick value in the Tick Range section to 0 and 100 respectively.
  16. Select X Axis 3 in the Piper Points graph.
  17. Click on the Tick Marks tab in the Property Manager.
  18. Change the Spacing in the Major Ticks section to 10.
  19. Change the First tick value and Last tick value in the Tick Range section to 0 and 100 respectively.

 

The spacing in the left ternary plot should update automatically. To change the spacing in the right ternary plot:

  1. Select Ternary Z Axis in the Right Ternary graph.
  2. Click on the Tick Marks tab in the Property Manager.
  3. Change the Spacing in the Major Ticks section to 10.
  4. Select Ternary Y Axis in the Right Ternary graph.
  5. Click on the Tick Marks tab in the Property Manager.
  6. Change the Spacing in the Major Ticks section to 10.
  7. Select Ternary X Axis in the Right Ternary graph.
  8. Click on the Tick Marks tab in the Property Manager.
  9. Change the Spacing in the Major Ticks section to 10.

 

Updated April 19, 2017

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