mpltern: Ternary plots with Matplotlib¶
Mpltern is a Python plotting library based on Matplotlib specifically designed
for ternary plots.
Mpltern is implemented as a new projection for Matplotlib, with introducing
Transform classes for ternary plots.
The followings are the features of mpltern when compared with other
- Many things one expects essentially possible using Matplotlib can be done also in mpltern, without e.g. ternary-to-Cartesian conversions on the user side
- For the same plotting styles, mpltern offers the same or very similar method names as Matplotlib does; you do not need to learn many new commands in addition to those for Matplotlib
- Tick markers, tick labels, and axis labels are automatically positioned with reasonable paddings inherited from Matplotlib; this allows users e.g. faster production of ternary plots with publication quality
- Easy combination with normal Matplotlib plots
- Easy application of seaborn styles
- Working also in Matplotlib interactive modes inside e.g. Jupyter notebooks