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Re: LogLogPlot trouble


Hi Nicola 
> 
> Hello,
> I've a very basic problem with the procedure
> LogLogPlot. The problem is that:
> I normally include the procedure with
> 
> In[1]:=<<Graphics`Graphics`
> 
> and this works fine. The problem is that I need
> to do a framed plot, so I type (for example):
> 
> In[2]:=LogLogPlot[x^2,{x,0,5},Frame->True]
> 
> So, Mathematica draws the plot and put the numbers
> on the axes (0.1, 0.01, 0.001 and so on, what is the
> "official" name?) both on the right and on the left,
> on the top and on the bottom. Now, this is a problem
> for me because I need a figure with these numbers
> also on the left and on the bottom (for publishing).
> 
> There is some way to overwrite this behaviour of
> LogLogPlot, that is not the same of Plot (when
> "framed", Plot put numbers also where I would like
> them).

SetOptions[LogPlot, FrameTicks->{Automatic, Automatic, None, None}];

works for me.  From memory, the order is {Bottom, Left, Top, Right}.

"Automatic" can be substituted with 
* LogScale for logarithmic ticks
* PiScale for ticks in multiples/divisors of Pi
* LinearScale for the obvious
or any other function you want.

Enjoy!

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