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Graphs_with_two_Yaxes - 1 Graphs with two Y-axes and 2 sets...

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Graphs with two Y-axes, and 2 sets of data It is fairly easy to plot multiple graphs on one page, but not so easy to plot data so that they have two different y-axes. Minitab doesn’t do these kinds of graphs, but Excel does. Consider a set of data like the one below. You would like them plotted on the same graph with a single x-axis but the y-axis ranges are so different you would like to be able to set up two y-axes, with different scales on them. First you must set them up to have a single x-axis, by copying and pasting the data: Y2 X axis Y1 X axis partition coefficient X 100 hemolysis times molecular weight hemolysis times 3 2 60 2 13 0.8 76 6 58 0.4 92 27 18 0.6 180 30 Y2 Y1 X axis partition coefficient X 100 molecular weight hemolysis times 58 0.4 18 0.6 13 0.8 3 60 2 76 6 92 27 180 30
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0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 0 10 20 30 40 molecular weight partition coefficientX 100 1. Highlight your data, and click on the Insert tab, then scatterplot. You can pick the scatterplot with
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