I am trying to generate a ternary graph with types of soils made up of different combinations of
MO . In turn, I calculate the growth of the plants in the types of conformed soils. Values range from 0 to 100% in
Arena , while for
MO is from 0 to 10%. The problem is that using
coord_tern and / or
tern_limits I can not shorten the
eje R (MO) so that the points are distributed throughout the graph and not only concentrate on one end since the scales
default for the axes are from 0 to 100.
If I was not clear in the query, please let me know.
ggtern(data = Libro1,mapping = aes(x= Arcilla, y= Arena, z= MO)) + coord_tern(Tlim = ("0,100"), Llim = ("0,100"), Rlim = ("0,10")) + tern_limit(T = 1, L = 1, R= 0.1) + stat_density_tern(geom='polygon', aes(fill=..level..), bins=5, color='grey') + geom_point()