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Gareth
03/13/10 06:03am

Hi, I've searched everywhere for an answer to this and I've only found two pseudo-solutions. I'm looking to change the way mathematica 7 displays numbers on the x-axis of a plot. At the moment it displays the numbers as 1000, 2000, 3000, etc. I want the numbers to be displayed as 1, 2, 3, etc. and have 1x10^3 typed in as the label or just be displayed in scientific notation. Now this sounds easy as all I should do is divide by 1000, but it will not work. He is the code I'm using to plot the graph

Plot[Evaluate[{f[z], g[z], j[z]} /. First[s]], {z, 0, 800000},
PlotStyle -> {{Dotted, Blue, Thick}, {Dashed, Red,
Thick}, {DotDashed, Green, Thick}},Frame -> False,
AxesLabel -> {Style[" \[Xi]", Bold, FontSize -> 22],
Style[f, Bold, FontSize -> 19]}, BaseStyle -> {FontSize -> 16}]


If anyone could help it would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

Gareth

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Change axes scale on graphs Gareth 03/13/10 06:03am
Re: Change axes scale on graphs Nasser M. Ab... 03/26/10 5:44pm
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