You can modify the colourbar using "ppl shakey" and "/set" but it's a bit tricky in this case.
One solution is:
! Plot month 1 in set_up mode with the key in the left hand side viewport
go taylor_polymark p_var[i=1]/q_var[i=1] correl /line/fill/lev=(1,13,1)/palette=default/key=cont/nolab/set 1 circle 1
! Now define a horizontal key which extends symmetrically across the entire width of the window
ppl shakey 1,0, , , , ,`0.1*($PPL$WIDTH)`,`0.9*($PPL$WIDTH)`,0.9,1.0
! Complete the plot
! Now do the plot for both sides WITHOUT the key. January will be overlayed.
repeat/i=1:12 (go taylor_polymark p_var/q_var correl /line/fill/lev=(1,13,1)/palette=default/nokey/nolab `i` circle 1)
The reason this trick works is that the last plotting command in taylor_polymark.jnl/polymark.jnl is a call to POLYGON/whatever_options otherwise I think you might have to make a dummy blank plot in a full viewport or something similar.
On 15/01/14 21:24, Marina Chifflet wrote: