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Re: PLEASE HELP!! Need to change symbols in LinearLogListPlot


Hi Harmut & Rodney,

> > On the other hand, if anyone knows how to modify MultipleListPlot so
> > that it plots lists on Linear-Log scales, that would be greatly
> > appreciated!!!

This is fairly easy to do.  The trick is to pre-scale data before 
MultipleListPlot sees them.  One then adjusts scales using your 
favorite Tick function.

For example, MultipleListPlot[data] generates a plot of data against
linear scales.

So, we can use 

MultipleListPlot[Log[10, data], FrameTicks->{LogScale, LogScale, None, None}];

to plot our data against logarithmic scales.

Plotting against Log-Linear or Linear-Log is just as trivial.  
Bi-logarithmic and ArcSinh scales likewise.

Regards,

Dave.

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