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Bernard
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Update axis minimum and maximum in ternary plot - what's the easiest way?

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mzwald
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Re: Update axis minimum and maximum in ternary plot - what's the easiest way?

You can edit the 3-axis of the mixture profiler to set your desired min/max ranges, then save a script of that report which will capture those axis settings. Unfortunately there isn't a preference setting for min/max values for axis.

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Bernard
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Re: Update axis minimum and maximum in ternary plot - what's the easiest way?

I have a 3-factor mixture design whose results I am trying to present.  I want to present a contour plot using the Mixture Profiler, but whenever I do, it always defaults to a min of 0 and a max of 1 for each property.  We deliberately only used a small portion of this plot, so the actual design space is quite small.

 

Can JMP automatically bring in the min/max values for the axis from the column properties?  For example, one factor ranges from .9% to 1.5%.  Can I have this axis automatically have min/max of .9 and 1.5%?  With a default of 0 to 1, it's impossible to see the contour because it is so small.

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mzwald
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Re: Update axis minimum and maximum in ternary plot - what's the easiest way?

You can edit the 3-axis of the mixture profiler to set your desired min/max ranges, then save a script of that report which will capture those axis settings. Unfortunately there isn't a preference setting for min/max values for axis.

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