I've having a problem creating multiple x-axis and I'm hoping someone

here will be able to help me. I have two directly correlated values

(z and N) that I am using as the independent variables. What I would

like to do is plot my data vs. N, but then show the corresponding z

values on the top axis (there is a 1-to-1 correspondence between every

z and N value). I have tried twiny, but this requires me to plot the

line again and, since the z and N values are scaled differently, I end

up with 2 lines that don't match up.

I hope that was understandable. Any advice? Thanks.

-Jeffrey

I've having a problem creating multiple x-axis and I'm hoping someone

here will be able to help me. I have two directly correlated values

(z and N) that I am using as the independent variables. What I would

like to do is plot my data vs. N, but then show the corresponding z

values on the top axis (there is a 1-to-1 correspondence between every

z and N value). I have tried twiny, but this requires me to plot the

line again and, since the z and N values are scaled differently, I end

up with 2 lines that don't match up.

Hi Jeffrey,

Are you adverse to drawing two lines? If you use the 'twiny'

approach, you can simply manually set the top-axis limits to

correspond to what you need:

In [2]: plot([1,2,3], [4,5,6])

Out[2]: [<matplotlib.lines.Line2D instance at 0x91abd8>]

In [3]: ax1 = gca()

In [4]: ax2 = gcf().add_axes(ax1.get_position(), sharey=ax1, frameon=False)

In [5]: ax2.xaxis.tick_top()

In [6]: plot([1.3, 2.6, 3.9],[4,5,6])

Out[6]: [<matplotlib.lines.Line2D instance at 0x1b76ab8>]

In [7]: ax2.set_xlim([1.3,3.9])

Out[7]: (1.3, 3.8999999999999999)

In [8]: draw()

Cheers,

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On Wed, Oct 22, 2008 at 7:27 AM, Jeffrey Fogel <matplotlib@...2127...> wrote: