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Sharing an axis between two plots [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: 1 Plot, 2 Scale/Axis Do I have to code each case of this Grid full of plots separately? What's the most straightforward way to share an axis between two plots in Mathematica?...
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Two ListLinePlots together with two vertical axes [duplicate]

I have two data sets data1 and data2: ...
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How do I overlay multiple graphics on one plot? [duplicate]

I am plotting n spectrum using: ...
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Plot two functions with different ranges into one plot [duplicate]

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Combining plots (almost there!) [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: 1 Plot, 2 Scale/Axis I aim to combine two plots in which the YY axes have different scales: one goes PlotRange->{0,100} while the other ...
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Multiple ranges in one plot [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: 1 Plot, 2 Scale/Axis Generating a broken or snipped axis in ListPlot I have data in several ranges which I, when I plot together, is not very useful. I was thinking about ...
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ErrorListPlot (in ver. 12) and double-Y plots [duplicate]

Both of my questions concern ListPlot, so I hope it is acceptable to ask them both in one post. ErrorListPlot seems to have ...
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Simple Two-Axis Plot in Mathematica? [duplicate]

Is there a simple way to implement a two-axis plot in Mathematica? On Quora.com there is a suggestion to use Show to combine two different plots with the same x-axis domain and with y-axes on ...
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merging two plots with same x-axis scales but different y-axis scales [duplicate]

a and b are two sets ( fake data) which have same scale for x-axis but different y-axis scales. I need to merged both data plotting in a single frame ( let's say set a-> y-axis on left and set b-> y-...
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How to have two different scaled graphics on a plot? [duplicate]

I have two datasets on a ListPlot, but they have very different ranges. What I want to have is something like this. I also want to know if it is possible to frame ...
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Plotting functions against the same x-axis but different y-axes? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: 1 Plot, 2 Scale/Axis The title speaks for itself really. Suppose I have two functions of the same variable that I'd like to visualise on the same plot (with the same x-axis) ...
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LogLogPLot with two left&right axes [duplicate]

I need to do a LogLogPlot as follow. Consider the function $m(x) = x^4$. I want to plot $m(x)$ in LogLogScale adding furthermore a vertical axis on the right which shows the value of $m(x)^2$ for any ...
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Plot 2 or more curves on same graph with same scale but different x-ranges [duplicate]

I have two functions $f1$ and $f2$. I know I can plot them on the same graph doing this : Plot[{f1[x],f2[x]},{x,xmin,xmax}] But how can I choose one range for $...
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Generate Plots with Two Vertical Scales [duplicate]

I was trying to generate a plot with two different y axis, i found a post in the wolfram forum about this topic it's called the TwoAxisPlot but it doesn't work like it's described, here's the code ...
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Plot two functions in the same plot with different vertical axes, colors, and labels [duplicate]

I would like to plot two continuous functions in the same plot, but to each one should correspond a different vertical axis with different values, but having in common the same x axis. I would like ...
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