Is it possible to split the x-axis of a XY-Graph into a linear and a logarithmic part?
There is no possibility to scale parts of axes in a different way.
However you can copy your data and display both plots in your graph. Then you can format one x-axis linearly and the other logarithmically.
The XY graph accepts three data types for displaying multiple plots. The XY graph accepts an array of plots, where a plot is a cluster that contains an x array and a y array.
The XY graph also accepts an array of clusters of plots, where a plot is an array of points. A point is a cluster that contains an x value and a y value. The XY graph also accepts an array of clusters of plots, where a plot is an array of complex data, in which the real part is plotted on the x-axis and the imaginary part is plotted on the y-axis.
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