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## 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 example workflow [plot_last_iteration.oms](./plot_last_iteration.oms) provides such a [RTask](
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## 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.
We use the [ggplot]( and [gganimate]( R packages
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## Display Pairs
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]( which produces this graph into a PNG file.
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