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Benjamin
11/29/11 2:48pm

Hello - I have two different data sets I want to plot and compare qualitatively, but they are of different orders of magnitude on the Y axis. Therefore, I want to have two separate Y axes where data set A corresponds to the left-hand Y axis and data set B corresponds to the right-hand Y axis.

I already know how to do this for functions (via the TwoAxisPlot command), but these are data sets I imported into tables, not functions, so this command doesn't seem to work for me.

I've spend the past hour looking through this forum, and so far everything about having two Y axes appears to address functions, not imported data sets. Sorry if I've missed something obvious!

Thanks!
Benjamin

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Plot Two Data Sets With Different Y Axes Benjamin 11/29/11 2:48pm
Re: Plot Two Data Sets With Different Y Axes Bill 11/29/11 5:42pm
Re: Re: Plot Two Data Sets With Different Y Axes Benjamin 11/30/11 11:13am
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