[R] [Fwd: Re: Plotting log-axis with the exponential base to a plot with the default logarithm base 10]
Elisabeth Bjerke Rastad
ebr024 at post.uit.no
Mon May 10 19:15:04 CEST 2010
Thank you for answering!
What I am trying to do is to plot my raw values (biomass of different
species) on a logaritmic y-axis with the base of e. When I type "log="y"",
the axis transforms into a logaritmic axis with the base of 10.
> Dear Elisabeth,
> I'm not sure if I have understood your question -- are you trying
> to use a different logarithmic base?
> Kind regards,
> On Sun, May 9, 2010 at 8:05 PM, Elisabeth Bjerke Rastad
> <ebr024 at post.uit.no> wrote:
>> I have a problem which I have tried to solve for several days now..
>> I have plottet a lineplot.CI in the library "sciplot", and I am trying
>> plot it with a logaritmic y-axis (with exponential base).
>> The problem is that; when I type "log "y"", the axis transforms into the
>> logaritmic of base 10.
>> I wonder if someeone could tell me how to specify that I would like to
>> the exponential logaritmic y-axis. I have tried a lot (but obviously not
>> all, I guess this problem is possible to solve..)
>> Hope you would like to help me! Thank you a lot in advance!!
>> Elisabeth B. RÃ¥stad
>> (Master's student, Norway)
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> Xianwen Chen, M.Sc.
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