PIED Piper: Piper Plots in Matlab


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Created: Jun 03, 2020 at 3 p.m.
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DOI: 10.4211/hs.a42ad2a19f074a4b8dbc2ca0869cb9e8
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Abstract

PIED Piper is a suite of Matlab functions and a standalone GUI compiled for the Windows operating system that allows plotting of Piper Plots. It is the first such code written in the Matlab programming language, one of the most commonly used coding languages for environmental scientists in academia and industry. The code and GUI allow plotting of data as points, or plotting data density with colormaps or contour plots. More information can be found in Russoniello and Lautz (2019), or the PIED Piper Manual.

The zip file contains MATLAB code, all files needed for installation of the GUI, the data input template, a manual describing the functionality of PIED Piper and several sample data sets.

Please cite as: (Russoniello and Lautz, 2019)
Russoniello, CJ, LK Lautz. 2020. Pay the PIED Piper: Guidelines to visualize large geochemical datasets on Piper Diagrams. Groundwater, 58(3): 464-469. doi: http://10.1111/gwat.12953

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This resource is described by: Russoniello, CJ, LK Lautz. 2020. Pay the PIED Piper: Guidelines to visualize large geochemical datasets on Piper Diagrams. Groundwater, 58(3): 464-469. doi: http://10.1111/gwat.12953

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Lautz, L., C. Russoniello (2020). PIED Piper: Piper Plots in Matlab, HydroShare, https://doi.org/10.4211/hs.a42ad2a19f074a4b8dbc2ca0869cb9e8

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Adonis Taer Gallentes 6 months ago

Hello! Thanks for this very helpful package.

I would just like to clarify about one of the labels in the piper plot generated by your matlab package. One axis in your plots is labeled as "HCO3 + CO2", but other piper plots have 'HCO3 + CO3" as the axis label. Was this just a typo, or is there a particular reason why carbonate was changed to carbon dioxide in your plots?

Thank you!

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