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General Trend of a ListLogLinearPlot

You are not using the filters correctly. You should apply them only to the $y$ values, but when you do MeanFilter[d, 50], the filter is applied also to the $x$ ...
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Log scale of y-axis is still very small

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How to plot points on a graph curve under logarithmic coordinate axis

Try ...
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DataRange and ScalingFunctions with Log in ListDensityPlot

$Version "13.1.0 for Linux x86 (64-bit) (June 16, 2022)" This issue has been noted as a bug in several previous posts: Search results - ...
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Leading significant digits

To get the areas of the triangles we may define a function: a[0]=100; a[n_]= a[0] (3/4)^n; To get the first digits, we may use the function "RealDigits". ...
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Plot with ScalingFunctions->{"Infinite",interval}

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Plot with ScalingFunctions->{"Infinite",interval}

You do not need scaling functions for this. For the most common cases there are ready made functions. For your case , you would want: "LogLinearPlot". Then I do not get the same plot as you. ...
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How to create a plot like this one? I think I am having issues with implementing a logarithmic axis

Something like this perhaps, using ScalingFunctions to get the Log scale in the x axis, and manually taking the Log of the x-values of the points. ...
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LOG transformation

As an alternative to the already given approach, try this: data/.{x_,y_}->{x,Log(y+1)} Have fun!
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