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[Grapher 9.6] Taylor diagrams

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    Jennifer Woodson

    Hi unipar,

    As I said, I'm not sure this will work, but you could give it a try. You could create one polar class scatter plot that actually plots the points. You'll probably want to use worksheet labels for the ticks on the angle axis to get the spacing shown in your example. Set grid lines to be visible on the angle axis and the radius axis. Then, you could create a second polar plot and turn off the plot and angle axis, so only the radius axis is showing, with grid lines showing. This second plot could be positioned to create the curves that connect the ticks on the bottom axis. In order for the plot to only show a quarter of a circle, you would probably have to use white rectangles to cover the rest of the unused plot.

    Thanks,

    Jennifer

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    unipar
    Dear Jennifer, thanks for instructions, though the sequence seems by far too complex and long for a quick graph... Hope Taylor diagrams will be soon implemented.
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    Jennifer Woodson

    Hi Unipar,

    There is not currently a way to create Taylor diagrams in Grapher. I have added your vote for this feature to our suggestion file. I'm not familiar with this plot type, but you may be able to simulate it using a series of polar scatter plots.

    Thanks,

    Jennifer

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    unipar
    Dear Jennifer, could you please give me indications on how you would try with polar scatter plots?
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