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Re: [Q] Graphics with 2 Y-axis
*To*: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
*Subject*: [mg18450] Re: [mg18372] [Q] Graphics with 2 Y-axis
*From*: BobHanlon at aol.com
*Date*: Wed, 7 Jul 1999 00:11:34 -0400
*Sender*: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com
In a message dated 6/30/99 8:55:51 PM, dtruong at irisa.fr writes:
>How can one make a graphic with 2 Y-axis, either to
>show 2 curves holding different value ranges or the same
>curve using 2 scales (typically, percents and real value)
>
Following is my response to an earlier question which should provide some
insight into an approach:
Needs["Statistics`ContinuousDistributions`"];
mu = 2; sigma = 4;
dist = NormalDistribution[mu, sigma];
Plot[{PDF[dist, x], CDF[dist, x]},
{x, mu-3sigma, mu+3sigma}];
(* plot removed *)
To put the plots on the same size scale, the PDF values will be scaled by
scale = CDF[dist, mu+3sigma]/PDF[dist, mu]//N
10.013
and the second y-axis will have its Ticks labeled accordingly.
Simultaneously, the second x-axis will be labelled in standard deviations
about the mean.
red = RGBColor[1, 0, 0]; blue = RGBColor[0, 0, 1];
pdfTicks = Join[Table[{y,
StyleForm[y/scale, FontColor -> red]},
{y, 0, 1.1,
step = N[scale*Round[.2*(f =
10^(2+MantissaExponent[scale][[2]]))/
scale]/f]}],
Table[{y,""}, {y,step/2, 1.1,step}]];
cdfTicks = Join[Table[{y,
StyleForm[y, FontColor ->blue]},
{y, 0, 1, 0.2}],
Table[{y,""}, {y, 0.1, 1, 0.2}]];
sigmaTicks = Join[{{mu-3sigma,"\[Mu]-3\[Sigma]"},
{mu-2sigma,"\[Mu]-2\[Sigma]"}, {mu-sigma,"\[Mu]-\[Sigma]"},
{mu,"\[Mu]"}, {mu+sigma,"\[Mu]+\[Sigma]"},
{mu+2sigma,"\[Mu]+2\[Sigma]"},{mu+3sigma,"\[Mu]+3\[Sigma]"}},
Table[{mu+k*sigma, ""}, {k, -2.5, 2.5}]];
Plot[{scale*PDF[dist, x], CDF[dist, x]},
{x, mu-3.1sigma, mu+3.1sigma}, ImageSize -> {420,
260},
PlotStyle -> {red,blue},
Axes -> False, Frame -> True, PlotLabel ->
StyleForm["Normal Distribution\n",
FontWeight -> "Bold", FontSize -> 12],
FrameLabel ->
{"x", "PDF\n", None, "CDF"}, FrameTicks ->
{Automatic, pdfTicks, sigmaTicks,cdfTicks},
Epilog -> {Text["\[Mu] = " <> ToString[mu],
{mu-2.75sigma, .9}, {-1, 0}],
Text["\[Sigma] = " <> ToString[sigma],
{mu-2.75sigma, .8}, {-1, 0}]}];
Bob Hanlon
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