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## Re: plot with several different yy axis scales ???

**From**: |
Henry F. Mollet |

**Subject**: |
Re: plot with several different yy axis scales ??? |

**Date**: |
Fri, 03 Jan 2003 10:58:49 -0800 |

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I can see how it could be done in principle for 2 plots using axis x1y1
(puts y-axis on left) for first plot command, then using axis x1y2 (puts
y-axis on right) for second plot command. However, I need time to do the
examples in the gnuplot manual in section 26 "Plot" (p.24 in pdf).
Henry
on 1/3/03 9:28 AM, frankazev <address@hidden> at address@hidden
wrote:
>* Hello,*
>* *
>* I need to superimpose, aproximately 10 plots which belong to*
>* different scales, i.e, I have one plot that goes from 0 to 20 000 and*
>* another one that goes from -1 to 1. All of them are related to the*
>* same x axis.*
>* *
>* Is it possible, using Octave/Gnuplot, to define several y axis*
>* independent of each other?*
>* *
>* Thanks for your help*
>* frank*
>* *
>* *
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