# Details about 'ChartingScaledTicks' and double axes

I am plotting the data from a sensor; the vertical axis shows the force F, and the horizontal axis corresponds to time. I would like to have a secondary vertical axis showing the acceleration a (related by the famous equation F=ma, where m is the probe's mass).

As far as I understand, this can be easily done by the function ChartingScaledTicks, but I can't find enough documentation to understand how to use it. Any direction would be highly appreciated.

Edit: I'm including an implementation based on @Daniel Huber's code, but it is not handling the secondary axis properly since some of the ticks are out of the range of the original plot.

d1 = Table[3 Sin[p], {p, 0, 2 Pi, Pi/10}];
mass = 0.5;
FrameTicksForForce = {-3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3};
FrameTicksForAcceleration = FrameTicksForForce/mass;

ListLinePlot[d1, Frame -> True,
FrameTicks -> {{FrameTicksForForce, FrameTicksForAcceleration},
Automatic},
FrameLabel -> {{"Force [N]",
"Acceleration [m/\!$$\*SuperscriptBox[\(s$$, $$2$$]\)]"}, {"Time \
[s]", None}}] • Post your data (or at least a representative sample of the data) and the code (InputForm) that you have used. Jul 27 at 21:41
• The curve of the acceleration will be identical to the force with the exception of a scale factor equal to the mass Jul 28 at 16:00
• @DanielHuber I know that, thanks for the reminder. I want to add a secondary axis showing the proper acceleration units. Jul 28 at 17:22
• I added an example for 2 axes using "Frame" Jul 28 at 18:15

d1 = Table[Sin[p], {p, 0, 2 Pi, Pi/10}]; 