       Re: plotting two functions on the one graph

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• Subject: [mg53114] Re: plotting two functions on the one graph
• From: mathma18 at hotmail.com (Narasimham)
• Date: Fri, 24 Dec 2004 05:59:00 -0500 (EST)
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```On 15 Dec 04 10:24:47 -0500 (EST), Frank Murphy wrote:
>siafra at vaxsa.csied.unisa.it wrote:

> how can I plot two functions f(x), g(x) with the same x range on
> two different y-axes, say the one for f(x) at left and the one
> for g(x) at right ?

Plots (one or more) are usually made to compare quantities of the same
order of magnitude, so Mathematica has such a default plotting
feature. If there are big differences, either use a LogPlot or use a
scale factor SF in multiples of 10 to divide out the larger quantity
bringing it at par with the others for comparable plots.

SF = 10;
f = Plot[Sin[x], {x, 0, Pi}, DisplayFunction -> Identity];
g = Plot[Exp[x]/SF, {x, 0, Pi}, DisplayFunction -> Identity];
Show[{f, g}, DisplayFunction -> \$DisplayFunction];

```

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