ZCubes/Ternary Plot 1
Ternary diagrams/plots represent three-component systems and are conveniently presented as triangular diagrams where each side corresponds to an individual binary system. However, in three dimensions the diagram is more complex with surfaces emerging rather than lines as in the binary system. In a ternary plot, the values of the three variables a, b, and c must sum to some constant, K. Usually, this constant is represented as 1.0 or 100%. Because a + b + c = K for all substances being graphed, any one variable is not independent of the others, so only two variables must be known to find a sample's point on the graph.
ZCubes Ternary Graph is fairly simple to understand and gives various editing options also.