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Re: Plotting two differently scaled graphs together

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  • Subject: [mg51542] Re: Plotting two differently scaled graphs together
  • From: Mike <m.HoneychurcNOSPAMh at>
  • Date: Thu, 21 Oct 2004 22:21:12 -0400 (EDT)
  • Organization: University of Queensland
  • References: <cl2du8$mf3$>
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This info:

May do what you need.



On 19/10/04 4:58 PM, in article cl2du8$mf3$1 at, "Marcin Mirski"
<marcinmirski at> wrote:

> Hi, I am preparing some graphs for a university lab course, and I can't
> figure out how to scale and plot two graphs together, along with scaled
> y-axes.
> I am plotting Yield and Ultimate tensile stress, both on the order of
> 100-500MPa, along with %elongation, which ranges from .25-16.75. %Cold Work
> is the x-axis.
> DisplayTogether[ListPlot[S_y, PlotStyle -> PointSize[0.01]],
> ListPlot[S_u, PlotStyle -> PointSize[0.01]],
> ListPlot[Elong, PlotStyle -> PointSize[0.01]],
> AxesLabel -> {"%CW", MPa},
> PlotLabel -> "YS, UTS, and %Elongation vs %CW of Brass"]
> Of course, Elong ends up being an almost horizontal line along the bottom.
> How can I scale Elong by about 25, and add a 2nd y-axis on the right-hand of
> the graph to reflect the scaling? I've looked through the Help and searched
> a bit through the list archives, but I haven't found anything.
> Thanks for your time,
> Marcin

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