GlazeMaster has extensive ability to analyze intermediate compositions in blends--more than any other glaze calculation program. Separate screens are provided for line, triaxial, and quadraxial blends. The end or corner recipes have been previously entered into the recipe file. Silica, alumina, and expansion coefficients are calculated for each grid box. Each box is then color coded based on user-settable limits shown in the lower right corner of the screen. This blend is one you might use to correct a crazing problem by looking at the intermediate points to see where crazing stops and, therefore, get a good idea of the expansion coefficient to aim for with this clay body.