Re: How to combine two graphs with different scales?
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- Subject: [mg2837] Re: [mg2784] How to combine two graphs with different scales?
- From: Preston Nichols <nichols at godel.math.cmu.edu>
- Date: Sat, 23 Dec 1995 03:19:27 -0500
Tobias Cottmann writes:
I want to combine two graphs with different y-scales (factor
100-1000) in one plot. I'd like to have one y-axis on the left and
the other on the right side of the frame.
Any Ideas? (Sorry, if it's obvious: I started using Mathematica
four days ago.)
It is not obvious, but it is not terribly difficult. I described
one approach to this, using FullGraphics, in [mg2659] (available in
the MathGroup archives); the same information is available in
notebook form from my web page at (--deep breath!--):
(Also check out the special plotting commands in the standard
package Graphics`Graphics` .)
Visiting Assistant Professor
Department of Mathematics
Carnegie Mellon University
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