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Ticks is an option for graphics functions that specifies where tick marks are placed on axes. It includes options for automatic placement, specific positions, as well as styling options.

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A=1 f[Q_]:= A Q^1.85 Plot[ f[Q], {Q,0,10}, ScalingFunctions->{{#^1.85&,#^(1/1.85)&},"Linear"}, Ticks-> {Range[0,10,1],Automatic}, AxesLabel->{"Q","f[Q]"}] …
answered Jul 6 '17 by andre314
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not a answer With my Mathematica 8.0.4 on Win 7 your code : x = MapThread[{#, #2, {0, 0.007}} &, {100 Range@5, {"One", "Two", "Three", "Four", "Five"}}]; p = ListPlot[Array[Log, 600], Ticks … -> {x}, AspectRatio -> Full, ImageSize -> {250, 250}] gives : This graphics is not exactly the same as yours One can see that the ticks height is ~ -4, in accordance with the formula …
answered Feb 16 '13 by andre314