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x-axes are not coincident using multiple axes

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Mos_bad
Mos_bad on 19 Jul 2019
Answered: Adam Danz on 19 Jul 2019
I am using multipe axes using the code below. The top x-axis is not coincident as shown in attached file.
ax2=axes('xaxislocation','top','yaxislocation','right','color','none', 'xscale', 'log', 'yscale', 'log');

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Adam Danz
Adam Danz on 19 Jul 2019
I'm wondering the same thing Jan asked. It should look something like this:
ax2 = axes(...,'Position',ax1.Position,...)
But that alone wont' align the two sets of x-ticks. You'll need to use xlim() to control the x axis limits and you'll need to set the xtick using set(h,'XTick', ...) to ensure there are the same number of ticks on each axis.
Mos_bad
Mos_bad on 19 Jul 2019
Thanks Adam, the issue was solved by your comment.
Adam Danz
Adam Danz on 19 Jul 2019
Great! I'll move my comment to the answers section to the question is marked answered.

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Adam Danz
Adam Danz on 19 Jul 2019
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I'm wondering the same thing Jan asked. It should look something like this:
ax2 = axes(...,'Position',ax1.Position,...)
But that alone wont' align the two sets of x-ticks. You'll need to use xlim() to control the x axis limits and you'll need to set the xtick using set(h,'XTick', ...) to ensure there are the same number of ticks on each axis.

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