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I tried many software however no one worked. I knew someone drew a tetrahedron using Mathematica. Extending a ternary plot to a tetrahedron (using ListPlot) However, I'm just starting to use Mathematica, I don't know how to input data in the tetrahedron. I want to draw a quaternary phase diagram as shown below. I appreciate it if it could be solved. Thanks so much

quaternary phase diagram

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closed as off-topic by Michael E2, Jens, Bob Hanlon, user9660, MarcoB Mar 2 '16 at 5:29

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    $\begingroup$ Someone might have such an example lying around, I suppose, but the rest of us might appreciate some data, an equation for the surface, and any other information (such as what the dotted lines are) that would help us formulate an answer. Preferably in valid Mathematica syntax. $\endgroup$ – Michael E2 Mar 2 '16 at 1:21

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