That’s right, you heard me. You can now overlay multiple indices on one plot. Why? Because sometimes appending graphs just isn’t good enough and you really need to overlay two index datasets (or more) to see that relationship between them. The tutorial for how to do so is now available, and it leverages all the same styling options as plotting an index. Here’s a sneak peak of two different overlaid plots: one reasonable one with two datasets, and another to show that you can put multiple one one graph. I don’t know why you’d want to do that, but I figured “hey, why not”.
A few bug fixes, Help file updates, and a new feature — plotting multiple indices on one graph (palyoplot_plotOverlaidIndices()) — tutorial coming soon. File to install is at: http://geotechnography.com/samples/palyoplot.palyoplot_0.0.16.tar.gz.
A round of testing and Palyoplot should be Beta. Feedback as always is appreciated. History of versions, changelog, and a revised sample R file are available at: http://geotechnography.com/samples/palyoplot/
Several bug fixes and lots of updates to the Help files. File to install is at: http://geotechnography.com/samples/palyoplot.palyoplot_0.0.15.tar.gz. Sorry for the delay in updates and whatnot, but between COVID-19 class conversions and going up for tenure I was a bit busy.
I’m planning to have Palyoplot go into Beta soon, so any feedback at all is greatly appreciated. History of versions, changelog, and a revised sample R file are available at: http://geotechnography.com/samples/palyoplot/
We’ve all been there… created a bunch of graphs that now we have to copy/paste together in image editing software. It just disrupts the workflow, you know? I like to make less work for myself. That’s not to say I don’t still need to tweak this in an image editor, but I can at least minimize how often I have to. Enter the ability to append (that means sticking together one after another) graphic into one diagram! The tutorial for how to do so is now available. Here’s a sneak peak of two stacked plots appended into one image (notice, y-axis appears only on the left and is not duplicated for each plot. I give you options like that… 😉 )