From: Matthew Czesarski <matthew.czesarski@gm...>  20070321 17:18:13

Hi matplotlibusers! OK, yeah, I'm pretty new to matplotlib/pylab... I played with biggles for a short while but, all (more than 3) my pythonusing associates in the astronomical community we saying matplotlib was the way of the future... So I started with matplotlib. I would like to plot some points, y vs x on a graph. y containing simple values, x is an angle. plot(x, y)  that bit is fine, values as a function of angle. But what I need to do is then have an another labelling scheme on the upper x axes. This would be say, a distance, and so is simply a constant multiplied by the lower x. I figured there would be some way I could rescale the xaxis and write it at the top, but a way of accomplishing this I cannot find. I have been playing with twinx a bit but not getting very far. It's not that I want to plot 2 different datasets because the two are equivalent. Is it the nonexistnt twiny() I am looking for? Or is there simply a way to redraw axes over the current ones with a certain range, that leaves the range in the first plot untouched? I have messed with twinx a bit and some of the discussion in the archive for this list but I can't figure out how to do it... Hope that makes sense? Sorry my first post was a beg for help Matt 