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## Plot Last Iteration ## Plot Last Iteration
![Last Pareto Front](example_results/last_Pareto.png) ![Last Pareto Front](./example_results/last_Pareto.png)
The simplest graphic we can do is to plot the Pareto front in the last iteration of the genetic algorithm. The simplest graphic we can do is to plot the Pareto front in the last iteration of the genetic algorithm.
The example workflow [plot_last_iteration.oms](./plot_last_iteration.oms) provides such a [RTask](https://next.openmole.org/R.html) The example workflow [plot_last_iteration.oms](./plot_last_iteration.oms) provides such a [RTask](https://next.openmole.org/R.html)
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## Plot Every Iteration ## Plot Every Iteration
![Iteration 1](example_results/iteration0001.png) ![Iteration 10](example_results/iteration0010.png) ![Iteration 100](example_results/iteration0100.png) ![Iteration 1](./example_results/iteration0001.png) ![Iteration 10](./example_results/iteration0010.png) ![Iteration 100](./example_results/iteration0100.png)
The next easier solution is to plot the Pareto front of every iteration. The next easier solution is to plot the Pareto front of every iteration.
We use the [ggplot](https://ggplot2.tidyverse.org/) and [gganimate](https://gganimate.com/articles/gganimate.html) R packages We use the [ggplot](https://ggplot2.tidyverse.org/) and [gganimate](https://gganimate.com/articles/gganimate.html) R packages
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## Display Pairs ## Display Pairs
![Pairs](example_results/pairs.png) ![Pairs](./example_results/pairs.png)
An easy way to discover the dynamics of any code is to plot a diagram showing the relationship between all the variables of a dataset. An easy way to discover the dynamics of any code is to plot a diagram showing the relationship between all the variables of a dataset.
We show a simplistic example in [plot_pairs.oms](./plot_pairs.oms) based on the [amazing GGally R package](http://ggobi.github.io/ggally/) which produces this graph into a PNG file. We show a simplistic example in [plot_pairs.oms](./plot_pairs.oms) based on the [amazing GGally R package](http://ggobi.github.io/ggally/) which produces this graph into a PNG file.
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