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Double axes in LogPlot?


I hope someone can help me with this problem (v2.1 on NeXT):

I would like to have a framed LogPlot (Graphics`Graphics`) with two  
different Ticks on the upper and lower x-axis (two different unit  
scales). 


First, it seems that LogPlot does not accept FrameTicks lists with  
more than two arguments. It just refuses to put any ticks in that  
case.

So I tried using the regular Plot[] command, including the logarithm  
in the function to be plotted. Now I can use different Ticks along  
the x-axis but I cannot show labels for the second scale (the labels  
associated with my ticks are simply not shown).

Does Mathematica not support double axes?

Any help will be appreciated

	Benno

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