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ENH: Plot tielines option #136

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@bocklund bocklund commented Oct 12, 2017

Add a tieline bool option to turn off tieline plotting in eqplot

The keyword argument is propagated from binplot/ternplot kwargs and there
is not an explicit keyword argument. Should there be?

This also changes the plot colorlist by removing the awful yellow and changing the order. By changing the order we don't guarantee that to like colors are not next to each other on the phase diagram, but when the number of phases is small we can ensure that only unique colors show up.

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The keyword argument is propagated from binplot/ternplot kwargs and there
is not an explicit keyword argument. Should there be?

Closes #125
…the order

By changing the order we don't guarantee that to like colors are not next
to each other, but when the number of phases is small we can ensure that
only unique colors show up.
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@richardotis richardotis commented Oct 18, 2017

Tests on Travis are failing but it looks like it's due to gmpy2 sneaking in again as a dependency and triggering sympy/sympy#12895 . Since the tests on the other platforms pass I'm going to ignore that issue for the purposes of the review.

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@richardotis richardotis commented Oct 18, 2017

An explicit keyword argument in binplot and ternplot is unnecessary.

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@richardotis richardotis commented Oct 18, 2017

Since this is difficult to test for in CI, could you add an example here in this issue showing the tielines option turned on and off for a binary and ternary phase diagram?

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* Add a tieline bool option to turn off tieline plotting in eqplot
* Changes plot colorlist by removing the awful yellow and changing the order
* Update BinaryExamples with new usage of tielines=False

Closes #125

By changing the order we don't guarantee that to like colors are not next
to each other, but when the number of phases is small we can ensure that
only unique colors show up.
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