#!/usr/bin/env python """ Demonstrate how to do two plots on the same axes with different left right scales. The trick is to use *2 different axes*. Turn the axes rectangular frame off on the 2nd axes to keep it from obscuring the first. Manually set the tick locs and labels as desired. You can use separate matplotlib.ticker formatters and locators as desired since the two axes are independent. This is acheived in the following example by calling pylab's twinx() function, which performs this work. See the source of twinx() in pylab.py for an example of how to do it for different x scales. (Hint: use the xaxis instance and call tick_bottom and tick_top in place of tick_left and tick_right.) """ from pylab import * ax1 = subplot(111) t = arange(0.01, 10.0, 0.01) s1 = exp(t) plot(t, s1, 'b-') xlabel('time (s)') ylabel('exp') # turn off the 2nd axes rectangle with frameon kwarg ax2 = twinx() s2 = sin(2*pi*t) plot(t, s2, 'r.') ylabel('sin') ax2.yaxis.tick_right() show()

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