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I have a single X axis and two stacked Y axes in my Grapher graph. Is there a way to create grid lines parallel to both of the Y axes?

Yes, grid lines can be added that will appear across both Y axes.  Follow the steps below to create the grid lines.

 

  1. Click on the X axis to select it.
  2. In the Property Manager, click on the Grid Lines tab.
  3. Set the Parallel axis to the first Y axis.
  4. In the Major Lines section, check the box next to At major ticks option.
  5. Click the Graphs | Add to Graph | Duplicate Axis command. 
  6. Check the Disable tick marks and Disable labels boxes to turn off the display of tick marks and labels.
  7. Click OK.
  8. After the axis is created, click once on the new axis in either the Object Manager or plot window to select it. 
  9. In the Property Manager, click on the Grid Lines tab.
  10. Change the Parallel axis to the second Y axis.
  11. In the Major Lines section, check the box next to the At major ticks option. 
  12. On the Line tab, change the line Style to Invisible to turn off the axis line display. Only the grid lines remain.
  13. Repeat these steps for each additional Y axis.

 

Updated September 29, 2016

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