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Log axis crossing

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Log axis crossing

I have a log-log plot. The y-axis range is 0.01 to 1.0. The problem is that the x-axis is labeled at the TOP of the y-axis.

Is there a way (as there is in EXCEL) to change where the x-axis labels are placed (i.e. - I want the labels to be at the lowest y value (on log scale) of 0.01)?

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Re: Log axis crossing

Double-click on the plot, select the "X-Y Axes" tab on the resulting dialog (should be the default tab anyway), then change the "Axis Style" at the bottom of the tab to "Boxed".

Stuart

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Re: Log axis crossing

Which version of Mathcad are you using and could you post an example worksheet.

Re: Log axis crossing

version is Mathcad 15.0

I don't know how to add the example, but this is the plot.

x-y_plot.JPG

Re: Log axis crossing

Click u'se advanced editor' and then you will have the option to attach files.

Re: Log axis crossing

thank you...

Re: Log axis crossing

How about the attached?

Re: Log axis crossing

Double-click on the plot, select the "X-Y Axes" tab on the resulting dialog (should be the default tab anyway), then change the "Axis Style" at the bottom of the tab to "Boxed".

Stuart

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Re: Log axis crossing

boxed.png

Re: Log axis crossing

I don't know why, but the choices for axis are boxed, crossed, and none.

On my version 15, I get your picture with crossed; with boxed the x axis is at the bottom.

Re: Log axis crossing

Removing the log scale from the Y-axis will also do the job.