I want to make one scatter plot and use the same scales on another. I think

I seen getting the Axes from the first scatter plot using v=axis() and then

setting them on second with axis(v) but I can not get to work. Any help

appreciated

Hello,

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On Wednesday 21 May 2008 17:57:28 PaterMaximus wrote:

I want to make one scatter plot and use the same scales on another. I think

I seen getting the Axes from the first scatter plot using v=axis() and then

setting them on second with axis(v) but I can not get to work. Any help

appreciated

Maybe I don't understand correctly, but what you can do with v=axis() and

axis(v) is to get the current axes limits and apply them to another axes.

Doing so you need to build the second axes by yourself (with axes oder

subplot - command) and afterwards apply the limits.

regards Matthias

Try using shared scales:

ax1 = subplot(211)

ax2 = subplot(212, sharex=ax1, sharey=ax1)

JDH

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On Wed, May 21, 2008 at 10:57 AM, PaterMaximus <PaterMaximus@...2016...> wrote:

I want to make one scatter plot and use the same scales on another. I think

I seen getting the Axes from the first scatter plot using v=axis() and then

setting them on second with axis(v) but I can not get to work. Any help

appreciated