[R] two y-axis using ggplot

From: Thorsten Vogel <thorsten.vogel_at_staff.hu-berlin.de>
Date: Tue, 24 Jun 2008 10:32:12 +0200


Dear List Members

As a relatively new R user I am extremely glad for there being a nice tool such as ggplot for producing easily nice graphs in R. Now I want to produce graphs with two y-axis. I know that this has been asked a hundred times with respect to standard plots in R. (The answer, to my knowledge, has always been "No" or "No, see the help archive".) But: Is there a more straightforward way IN GGPLOT to draw several lines in one graphs using two different scales and displaying these two scales on the y-axis and the, say, z-axis? Seems to be an obvious extensions of typical plot commands but I can't find any suggestions how to do it.

Many thanks for any suggestions or hints.

Best,
Thorsten

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