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RE : Scientific Notation in ListPlot Axes

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  • Subject: [mg47372] RE : [mg47336] Scientific Notation in ListPlot Axes
  • From: "Florian Jaccard" <florian.jaccard at eiaj.ch>
  • Date: Wed, 7 Apr 2004 03:16:30 -0400 (EDT)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Hello !

Here the way I found :

data = {{10^(-6), 72}, 
   {10^(-5), 60}, {10^(-4), 
    45}, {10^(-3), 31}, 
   {10^(-2), 33}, {10^(-1), 
    32}}
<< "Graphics`Graphics`"
LogLinearListPlot[data, 
  Ticks -> {Table[{10^(-i), 
      10^ToString[-i]}, 
     {i, 1, 7}], Automatic}, 
  PlotRange -> {0, 100}]

Greetings
 
F.Jaccard

-----Message d'origine-----
De : Patrick Spicer [mailto:pspicer at fuse.net] 
Envoyé : mardi, 6. avril 2004 12:36
À : mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
Objet : [mg47336] Scientific Notation in ListPlot Axes

Hi,

I apologize up front for posting a seemingly FAQ...but I searched the
archives and did not find what I need.

How can I format the axis of a LogLinearListPlot to display tick
labels as scientific notation without the "1 x " portion?  In other
words, I'd just like to display the base 10 and superscript exponent. 
Here is an example of a plot whose x-axis I'd like to label in this
way:

data = {{10^-6,72},{10^-5,60},{10^-4,45},{10^-3,31},{10^-2,33},{10^-1,32}}
<< Graphics`Graphics`
LogLinearListPlot[data,
Ticks->{{10^-6,10^-5,10^-4,10^-3,10^-2,10^-1},Automatic},
PlotRange->{0, 100}]

Many thanks in advance for your help.

Best regards,

Pat




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