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In my problem, I need to plot a figure in a relatively small region of the $x$ axis, e.g.,

 ListPlot[{RandomReal[#] + 10^4, 
   RandomReal[#]} & /@ (Range[100] 10^-10), Frame -> True, Axes -> False]

and the figure is displayed properly, but all the tick marks have the same label:

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Is there any clever way to get rid of this problem?

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    – Szabolcs
    May 7, 2012 at 13:44
  • $\begingroup$ Oh great! I think U know well about Chinese language, SZabolcs. $\endgroup$
    – yulinlinyu
    May 11, 2012 at 1:26
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    – Mr.Wizard
    Oct 29, 2014 at 9:55

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You can define your own function for FrameTicks :

ticks[min_, max_] := {#, NumberForm[#, 20]} & /@ 
  N[FindDivisions[{min, max}, 5]]

ListPlot[{RandomReal[#] + 10^4, 
    RandomReal[#]} & /@ (Range[100] 10^-10), Frame -> True, 
 FrameTicks -> {{Automatic, None}, {ticks, None}}]

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Just choose your own preferred presentation format of the given values...

ticks[min_, max_] := {#, Grid[{{min}, {"+"}, {# - min}}]} & /@ 
  N[FindDivisions[{min, max}, 5]]

ListPlot[{RandomReal[#] + 10^4, 
    RandomReal[#]} & /@ (Range[100] 10^-10), Frame -> True, 
 FrameTicks -> {{Automatic, None}, {ticks, None}},FrameStyle->Medium]

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    – yulinlinyu
    May 7, 2012 at 13:04
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ListPlot[{RandomReal[#] + 10^4, RandomReal[#]} & /@ (Range[100] 10^-10), Frame -> True, 
          Axes -> False, FrameLabel -> {"x - 10^4", "y"}] /. 
          List[x_, y_] /; x > 10000 -> List[x - 10000, y]

enter image description here

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    $\begingroup$ i'm sure it'a a way to solve it. $\endgroup$
    – yulinlinyu
    May 7, 2012 at 13:05

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