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Re 2 Y Axes

From: cctsim
Subject: Re 2 Y Axes
Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2003 00:13:31 +0100 (BST)

On Tuesday 10 June 2003 20:54, Quentin Spencer wrote:
> Has anyone ever made a plot with 2 Y axes (where one scale is printed on
> the left and the other on the right)? This would be very convenient for
> combining data from 2 plots onto one plot. I don't even know if MATLAB
> supports this. Does anyone know whether gnuplot does?
> --Quentin

That's my approach but there might be an easier way to do it.

data1=[n sin(2*pi*n)];
data2=[n sin(2*pi*n).^2];

gset xrange [0:2*pi] 
gset yrange [-1:1] 
gset ytics nomirror
gset y2range [0:1]
gset y2tics 0, 0.2

gplot data1 with lines axis x1y1, data2 with lines axis x1y2


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