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several y-scales

Hi,

I want to draw several plots in a waveform graph. Each plot represents a
different dimension.
I want to see every plot in detail by using the whole plot area. (not
one e.g. very small from 0..1 and another using the whole area from
1..100). Therefor I need several y-scales. Is there an easy way to show
more than one y-scal. Perhaps there exists already a control with this
option.
Thanks for help.
--
Ciao
Max


* Max Weiss*Adlerstr.22*76133 Karlsruhe*0721/3842835*Germany *
* max@mvmpc9.ciw.uni-karlsruhe.de*DB8MWE *
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While there is no way to do this directly, there is a way to cheat.

http://digital.ni.com/public.nsf/3efedde4322fef19862567740067f3cc/2b07f29daec7f9628625663400489b86?OpenDocument

http://digital.ni.com/public.nsf/3efedde4322fef19862567740067f3cc/2b07f29daec7f9628625663400489b86/$FILE/Multiple+Y-axes.vi

These links in the ni knowledgebase explain how.
If anyone knows of a better way to do this, i'd be very much interested
in hearing it.

joel



Max Weiss wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> I want to draw several plots in a waveform graph. Each plot represents a
> different dimension.
> I want to see every plot in detail by using the whole plot area. (not
> one e.g. very small from 0..1 and another using the whole area from
> 1..100). Therefor I need several y-scales. Is there an easy w
ay to show
> more than one y-scal. Perhaps there exists already a control with this
> option.
> Thanks for help.
> --
> Ciao
> Max
>
> * Max Weiss*Adlerstr.22*76133 Karlsruhe*0721/3842835*Germany *
> * max@mvmpc9.ciw.uni-karlsruhe.de*DB8MWE *
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