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## gnuplot-info

 [Gnuplot-info] coordinate system with more than one axis From: Axel Bock - 2005-01-21 14:09:47 ```Hi, I have this little question about gnuplot (surprisingly :-). I would like to plot two functions of test values into one plot. Alas, these two values are both a result of the "function" something(packet loss), but the result differs in size by at least a magnitude. example: function one: function two: loss result loss result 0 1200 0 1.3 2 1220 2 2 4 1240 4 3 6 1300 6 3.3 8 1400 8 3.7 10 1450 10 3.9 ... ... if I plot them now into one "normal" plot the second one will be a straight line. Now I have seen plots where both y-axes are labelled differently - the left with one scale, the right with another. my question now: ist that possible with gnuplot? (I guess not, but I ask anyways ;-) thanks in advance & greetings, axel. ```
 Re: [Gnuplot-info] coordinate system with more than one axis From: - 2005-01-21 14:25:46 ```
Axel,

Have a look at

http://t16web.lanl.gov/Kawano/gnuplot/plot1-e.html#5.2
;
and relevant sections in the gnuplot manual (plot command, section 28)

Éric

Axel Bock a écrit :
[Gnuplot-info] coordinate system with more than one axis

Hi,

I have this little question about gnuplot (surprisingly :-). I would like to
plot two functions of test values into one plot. Alas, these two values are
both a result of the "function" something(packet loss), but the result differs
in size by at least a magnitude.

example:
function one:   function two:
loss   result   loss   result
0       1200    0       1.3
2       1220    2       2
4       1240    4       3
6       1300    6       3.3
8       1400    8       3.7
10      1450    10      3.9
...             ...

if I plot them now into one "normal" plot the second one will be a straight
line. Now I have seen plots where both y-axes are labelled differently - the
left with one scale, the right with another.

my question now: ist that possible with gnuplot? (I guess not, but I ask
anyways ;-)

axel.

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