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Pinned topic How to create a Scatterplot with shared X-axis and two Y-axis?

‏2013-01-07T13:46:48Z |
Hey :-)

Could anyone tell me how I can create a scatter plot with shared X-axis and two Y-axis?
Google was not such a great help in this case!

Many thanks in advance for your help,
Cheers,
SAdra
Updated on 2013-01-07T14:21:31Z at 2013-01-07T14:21:31Z by SystemAdmin
  • SystemAdmin
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    Re: How to create a Scatterplot with shared X-axis and two Y-axis?

    ‏2013-01-07T13:53:31Z  
    You can create a dual axis scatter using the Chart Builder. Look at the dual axis type in the list of chart types.

    If you need something more complicated than that, you would need to create multiple charts in the same chart frame. See the help under GPL in the examples section to get an idea of how to go about that.

    HTH,
    Jon Peck
  • SystemAdmin
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    Re: How to create a Scatterplot with shared X-axis and two Y-axis?

    ‏2013-01-07T14:12:18Z  
    You can create a dual axis scatter using the Chart Builder. Look at the dual axis type in the list of chart types.

    If you need something more complicated than that, you would need to create multiple charts in the same chart frame. See the help under GPL in the examples section to get an idea of how to go about that.

    HTH,
    Jon Peck
    Tanx Jon for your reply!
    I'm not for something more complicated. The thing is In SPSS's dual axes the two Y axis are in from of each other, but I need a graph that the Y-axes are below each other. Do you know how I can arrange that?

    Cheers,
    SAdra
  • SystemAdmin
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    Re: How to create a Scatterplot with shared X-axis and two Y-axis?

    ‏2013-01-07T14:21:31Z  
    Tanx Jon for your reply!
    I'm not for something more complicated. The thing is In SPSS's dual axes the two Y axis are in from of each other, but I need a graph that the Y-axes are below each other. Do you know how I can arrange that?

    Cheers,
    SAdra
    The standard dual axes are on opposite sides of the chart. It sounds like what you want is two separate charts stacked one above the other. Perhaps you can do this with paneling if this is based on a partition of the data. Otherwise you would need to compose this using multiple charts. There are examples of this in the help.