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## Re: Secondary y-axis

**From**: |
Robert A. Macy |

**Subject**: |
Re: Secondary y-axis |

**Date**: |
Wed, 13 Oct 2004 10:10:17 -0700 |

I use a reall "clunky" workaround...but it only plots
absoute, or single, values.
Convert set of y1,x1 to become real and imaginary
Convert set of y2,x2 to become real and imaginary
then plot both sets together and you get two lines with
independent ordinates. But have to match to the same
number of data points.
- Robert -
On Wed, 13 Oct 2004 09:41:49 -0700
Jonathan Stickel <address@hidden> wrote:
>* Is there an easy way to plot 2 (or more) lines such that*
>* 1 line is*
>* plotted against a secondary y-axis? Or do I need to*
>* revert to low-level*
>* gnuplot?*
>* *
>* Thanks,*
>* Jonathan*
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