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Calcite | Level 5



I have data in this format:


Year Quater f1 f2 f3 f4 ...

2013 Apr 15 13 9 10

2013 Jul 24 20 25 19

2013 Oct 16 17 21 16

2014 Jan 5 2 6 8

2014 Apr 13 13 15 19

2014 Jul 20 24 19 19




I would like to create a CALDRID map, similar as in this paper (page 10):


Just on y axis I want to have years and quaters and on x-axis i want to have f1 f2 f3 f4.


How could I do it?


Thank you

Meteorite | Level 14

Here's the code that creates the 'calgrid' chart:


Since it's a custom thing, where I worked out the x/y geometry of each square (based on the date), in theory you could create whatever geometry you want, to create a similar visualizaiton (but with years & quarters, etc). 



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