Apart from a number of bug fixes and improvements to many of the
functions, the new features that have changed from the last stable release (2.3) are:
- Plates of multiple plots, each of which can be
edited in a manner previously available only for some of the
stand-alone diagrams. Moreover, the properties of the whole
plate or all its diagrams can be changed simultaneously, e.g.
scaling the common x axis or setting to black and white.
plotting functions redesigned so that they can be run solely
from the command line, without any potentially pestering GUI dialogues. This enables
their use in a batch mode and will ultimately enable
writing programs running GCDkit from the command prompt (from a text
file, by an external macro, Sweave etc.)
- New function HTMLtableOrdered, which enables to specify the width of the table (number of analyses across the page), as well as a primary and secondary keys for their ordering.
for classification plots (French and Czech translations of
field names are provided as examples).
and export for XLSX files (32bit Windows only).
the plotting windows for better orientation (plates require
that R is installed as SDI interface, i.e. each plotting window is separate).
- New are also
persistent options that can be modified in a simple GUI and
then saved to a configuration file. Upon next start, the GCDkit will
e.g. remember the directory with your favourite
- A new mechanism for distribution of patches to the GCDkit code
- New classification diagrams:
- Ternary plot of Na2O-Al2O3-K2O (mol. %) for judging the
balance of alumina and the two alkali oxides.
- New geotectonic diagrams:
- Diagram of Sylvester (1989) to distinguish
collision-related alkaline granites from calc-alkaline and peraluminous suites.
- Ternary plot Hf - Rb/30 - Ta*3, proposed by Harris et
al. (1986) for classification of collisional granites.
- Geotectonic diagrams for (ultra-) basic rocks of Verma
(2006) based on natural log-transformed ratios of major and minor elements.
- Geotectonic diagrams for (ultra-) basic rocks of Agrawal
(2008) based on natural log-transformed ratios of trace elements.
- New diagram Zr-Ti of Pearce (1982).
New in spiderplots:
- New form of spiders, colour-coded according to an
independent variable, such as silica contents (spider.contour).
- Function spider2norm for production of double
normalized spider plots (see the help page for advantages of this approach; this double
normalization is also newly implemented in spiderboxplots.)
- Choice of several styles of labelling x axis in spiderplot
(e.g., rotated and/or offset labels).
new normalization schemes for spiderplots were added,
including e.g. PGE.
- Plot editing: functions to outline groups on binary and
ternary plots using contours
and convex hulls (contourGroups and chulGroups)
- New function to plot so-called stripBoxplots - i.e.
stripplots of selected parameter in individual groups, each underlain by a boxplot. Optionally
also a second variable can be portrayed by various size of plotted circles.
- Function summaryRangesbyGroup for printing ranges
of selected geochemical parameters in individual groups of analyses.
- New in plugins:
- Wedge diagrams and concentration ratio plots (Ague 1994)
became an part of the isocon.r plugin to expand the range of tools available for
addressing mass balance during open-system processes such as metasomatism, partial
melting, migmatitization or metamorphism.
- JungAlTitemp.r: New plugin implements thermometer of Jung
and Pfänder (2007) based on experimentally determined Al2O3/TiO2 ratios in granitic
- Help: links to original papers through the DOI system. Much
more examples added.
See our web page or this short paper
I can't define a range for plotting data in GCDKit 3.0, do it possible?ReplyDelete
In case you want to select specific range of data for plotting (for example to plot only intermediate samples), call the plot, and when the GCDkit asks "Press enter for all samples, or specify pattern by sample name, range or Boolean condition" enter your condition in the text box, e.g. "SiO2>52&SiO2<63". Check more options typing ?selectSubsetDelete
If you want to adjust axes of EXISTING plot, use tools in PLOT EDITING --> ZOOM
Hope this helps...
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