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Is it possible have two scales on the same axis?

luciegrandjacqu

Community Trekker

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Jul 22, 2013

Hello,

I am new to the community. I would like to build a graph using the graph builer, with 3 different scales in ordinate. Is it possible to have one axis with 2 different scales?

Thank you.

Lucie

4 REPLIES
Jeff_Perkinson

Community Manager

Joined:

Jun 23, 2011

Hi Lucie,

You can move one of your variables to the right of the Y axis to see two different scales.

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Moving CPI to the right will give you this:

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Is that what you were looking for?

-Jeff

-Jeff
luciegrandjacqu

Community Trekker

Joined:

Jul 22, 2013

Hello Jeff,

Thank you for your answer.

I actually meant 2 scales on 1 single axis, such as in your first picture, but with two different scales, with one scale at the left of the axis, and the other one at the right on the axis. And then, at the right of the graph, a secondary axis. But maybe that is not possible in JMP, and then you don't see anything anymore...

Regards,

Lucie

gamzedemir

Community Member

Joined:

Jul 23, 2013

Hello Jeff,

I was actually trying to draw such a diagramm, which Lucie asked you yesterday. I found an example for the graph with multiple x-axis which i would like to create:

Thank you in advance for you help,

Gamze

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Jeff_Perkinson

Community Manager

Joined:

Jun 23, 2011

Hi Gamze and Lucie,

Unfortunately, JMP doesn't have any support for more than two Y axis scales.

-Jeff

-Jeff