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I’m using the Ternary Chart to plot three variables of interest.

Technically, a ternary plot should have three variables that sum to a constant.

However, the domain of my variables includes negative values.

Now, in theory, the linear space of the domains of each of the variables could be mapped onto R => [0,100].
From this, we can then compute the sum and normalize each variable by this sum to produce a [0, 100] value for each of the axes.

The problem is, I lose the original domain values prior to the transformation.

So my question is, can I use negative values for the ternary plot?

Thanks.

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6.0.0alpha
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Hi Srikant,

Thanks for your question.
Could you please provide us with a mockup image of what are you trying to achieve?

Thanks in advance.

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