Logarithmic Graph paper Watch

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Does anyone know a site online that sells it ?

I've phoned all my local stationaries and they dont have it and my college only has semi logarithmic which isnt the type i need :-/
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Couldn't find a site selling the stuff, but you can go here and download a pdf file that you can print off.
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Hm we havent been taught anything about this type of graph paper, could u tell me which 1 would be the best for x axis values of 0.1 , 0 . 2 to 0.10 then i just have a final value of 30.0. y axis must go from 0 to 2.55.. :-(
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probably a log-linear 3 cycle. (first cycle: 0.1-1, 2nd cycle: 1-10, 3rd cycle: 10-100) here
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y axis is all skewed to hell tho ? :-X
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Have you considered log-ing your data and plotting it on normal graph paper?
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yeah i did that the first time and just named the graph a logarithmic graph - my lecturer said get logarithmic graph paper , surely it doesnt matter that much ?
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I made the attached graph paper in LaTeX using the logpap package. It's a zipped postscript file, so you might need ghostscript (http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/) to look at it.
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jonny is that graph like the 1 posted above ? cant seem to open the 1 u posted even with ghost program thing
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btw I used GeneralGrievous graph and chopped off the rest of it after my values were entered cus there was loads of blank paper left with the values i posted in previous posts, can any maths pods tell me if that was the right thing to do :x ta
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(Original post by CHL)
jonny is that graph like the 1 posted above ? cant seem to open the 1 u posted even with ghost program thing
Here is a pdf version of the ps.zip file I posted four weeks ago.
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that 1 looks totally wierd, i couldve used that with my values ?
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with my values i think it would of been better looking at them to just log them on normal graph paper?
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that 1 looks totally wierd, i couldve used that with my values ?
Try printing it.
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isnt that log log graph paper tho, i needed semi log :-0
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I attach some lin-log paper.

x-axis: (lin) 0 .. 1 .. 2 .. 3 .. 4 .. 5

y-axis: (log) 0.01 .. 0.1 .. 1 .. 2.6 ("m" on the labels means 0.001)

This type of paper is what you need if you expect y = a*b^x for some constants a and b.
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