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I have a data set here:

data={{2, 1.500*10^-13}, {1.5, 1.970*10^-13}, {1.2, 2.400*10^-13}, 
      {1.0, 2.800*10^-13}, {0.9, 3.020*10^-13}, {0.8, 3.300*10^-13}, 
      {0.6, 4.000*10^-13}, {0.5, 4.430*10^-13}, {0.4, 5.013*10^-13}, 
      {0.3, 5.529*10^-13}, {0.2, 7.446*10^-13}, {0.15, 9.169*10^-13}, 
      {0.10, 1.300*10^-12}, {0.08, 1.630*10^-12}, {0.06, 2.310*10^-12}, 
      {0.05, 2.910*10^-12}, {0.04, 3.907*10^-12}, {0.03, 5.848*10^-12}, 
      {0.02, 1.170*10^-11}, {0.015, 1.825*10^-11}, {0.01, 3.728*10^-11}, 
      {0.008,5.534*10^-11}};

I am trying to log-log plot the data with:

LogLogListPlot[dat50m50, AxesOrigin -> {0, 0}, PlotJoined -> True]

However, it just returns the data image and does not plot. Any ideas as to how to make this work?

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closed as off-topic by halirutan, Kuba, Verbeia Aug 6 '13 at 23:41

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It's ListLogLogPlot[data, AxesOrigin -> {0, 0}, Joined -> True] –  halirutan Aug 6 '13 at 23:07
    
Di ListLogLogPlot - works but has an inverted axis. to have the x-y axis in the normal way, I'll try AxesOrigin –  ressci Aug 7 '13 at 3:03
    
I'll write: AxesOrigin_>{0.001, 10^-15} –  ressci Aug 7 '13 at 3:06
    
I tried this, got the axis to move correctly, but no plot. Any suggestions? –  ressci Aug 7 '13 at 3:08
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There's more than one typo in your code:

  • instead of dat50m50 you should be plotting data
  • The command is called ListLogLogPlot
  • the option is called Joined -> True

The correct command is therefore

ListLogLogPlot[data, AxesOrigin -> {0, 0}, Joined -> True]
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+1 for patience –  Mr.Wizard Aug 7 '13 at 0:04
    
Thanks, I'll try all 3 suggestions. I work in Mathematica 8.0, was not aware of the ListLogLogPlot function. –  ressci Aug 7 '13 at 2:58
    
@halirutan Thank you for the edit :) Will not write anything past 2 in the morning .. :D –  Sektor Aug 7 '13 at 14:50
    
@NikolaDimitrov No problem. I upvoted first, then I saw that your code is not running, so I downvoted. Then I thought this is unfair and edited your answer and upvoted again ;-) –  halirutan Aug 8 '13 at 0:57
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