In this recipe, we revisit the technique introduced in Chapter 1, Plotting Curves, Boxes, Points, and more for plotting two curves on one graph, each with its own independent y-axis. The following figure provides an example for this recipe:
Run the following script through gnuplot to produce the previous figure:
set ytics nomirror set y2tics 0.4 set my2tics 4 set xtics pi/4. set mxtics 4 set grid plot [0:2*pi] sin(x) axis x1y1, 2*cos(8*x)*exp(-x) axis x1y2
As we saw in Chapter 1, Plotting Curves, Boxes, Points, and more, the command
set ytics nomirror tells gnuplot to not duplicate the tics ...