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Wojciech Gryc
10/31/05 01:55am

Hi,

I am trying to make an extreme values plot for hydrological data (annual maximum series for rainfall depth), and require an x-axis in terms of log(log(x)) while the y-axis must remain linear. I am having a great deal of trouble making this type of plot, and was wondering if anyone could let me know how to do it?

I've been trying to do it in Minitab, though also have access to Mathematica, Matlab, Maple, and R. However, I am not very good with any of these pieces of software.

I am *very* desperate for information on this, so if you can let me know how to do this in mathematica, I'd be grateful.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,
Wojciech Gryc

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Graphing using log(log(x)) scale?! Wojciech Gryc 10/31/05 01:55am
Re: Graphing using log(log(x)) scale?! yehuda ben-s... 10/31/05 5:10pm
Re: Graphing using log(log(x)) scale?! Alek 10/31/05 7:32pm
Re: Graphing using log(log(x)) scale?! yehuda ben-s... 11/01/05 02:55am
Re: Graphing using log(log(x)) scale?! Wojciech Gryc 11/06/05 6:09pm
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