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QUOTE(Zhrani @ Dec 14 2007, 08:45 AM)

Hello,

does anybody know if it is possible to

plot more than one signal in one graph (with different y-axis scale)

Zhrani

Yes you can.

If you right-click on the Graph and check Visible Items -> Scale Legend you should see the list of axes present. You can drag on the bottom to add an extra axis (like making an array bigger). Enter a name and you have a second y-axis. Now if you right-click on the graph and select Properties you can assign the plots to the different axes on the Plots page.

Using property nodes you can change the location of the axis.

You should also be able to create additional x-axes but I haven't quite figured that one out yet. Anyone?

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QUOTE(Zhrani @ Dec 14 2007, 06:42 PM)

hfettig Thank you too much

Could you give me an example If you don't mind

Eugen ,,, How???????

Add a new Y-scale by rightclicking on the Y-scale and select duplicate. Bundle two or more Arrays, Values to a cluster to show those an a graph.

If you use XY-Plot, use Ctrl+H to open the Help-Window and move the mouse over the XY-Plot and you will see how to make a multiplot.

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Add a new Y-scale by rightclicking on the Y-scale and select duplicate. Bundle two or more Arrays, Values to a cluster to show those an a graph.quote] Thank you Eugen How can I make the y axis vertical, not like I attach here Excuse me for my questions I want graph like this
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QUOTE(Zhrani @ Dec 14 2007, 07:45 AM)

Hello,

does anybody know if it is possible to

plot more than one signal in one graph (with different y-axis scale)

Zhrani

It is not a simple task w/ a graph control, but w/ a chart control, it is very simple (stack or overlay) plots. It is an option of the chart and not the graph

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