# How do you plot Taylor diagram in origin?

## How do you plot Taylor diagram in origin?

Activate a worksheet with reference data selected, then click the app icon in the Apps gallery window, then a dialog will be brought up, and then choose test data, and set correlation coefficient range, and click OK button to create Taylor diagram.

How do you plot a polar graph in origin?

Click the Polar theta(X) r(Y) button on the 2D Graphs toolbar.

1. Bar Polar: From menu, choose Plot > 2D: Polar: Bar theta r/Bar r theta.
2. Line+Symbol Polar: From menu, choose Plot > 2D: Polar: Line+Symbol theta r/Line+Symbol r theta.
3. Symbol Polar: From menu, choose Plot > 2D: Polar: Symbol theta r/Symbol r theta.

### How do you read a ternary diagram?

1. Locate the 1 (or 100%) point on the axis.
2. Draw a line parallel to the base that is opposite the 100% point through the point you wish to read.
3. Follow the parallel line to the axis.
4. Repeat these steps for the remaining axes.

How do you plot a ternary phase diagram in origin?

To do this, you need to:

1. Double click on the graph layer to bring up the Plot Details-Layer Properties dialog.
2. Go to the Ternary tab, and choose either the Counter Clockwise or Clockwise radio button to set the axis direction.