secondary axis


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sec·on·dar·y ax·is

any ray passing through the optic center of a lens.

sec·on·dar·y ax·is

(sek'ŏn-dar-ē ak'sis)
Any ray passing through the optic center of a lens.
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Two-way ANOVA showed that germination rate was significantly affected by storage duration, mucilage manipulation, and their interaction (Figure 1, secondary axis).
On the Axis tab, change the setting so that the series is plotted on the "Secondary axis" (instead of Primary axis).
In the resulting Change Chart Type dialog box, make sure that the Combo option is selected in the left panel, and then select the Custom Column--Line on Secondary Axis icon toward the top of the dialog box, as pictured below.
The Israelites are rescued in the sea (12/9 and 13/8) The Canaanites are terrified (14/7 and 15/6) (secondary axis)
In principle, any two axes that are perpendicular to each other and perpendicular to the primary axis can be chosen as the secondary axis. In practice, however, to ensure the repeatability of measuring response from multiple bones, it is desirable to conduct the measurement along the direction parallel to the tympanic membrane but orthogonal to the long process of the malleus; this axis is designated the z-axis.
For the second question, chi-squares were conducted to determine whether sex differences were present in the interrater agreement of the primary and secondary AXIS I diagnoses for the initial psychiatric, psychological, and discharge evaluations.
Next month, we'll add a series to a chart and display it on the secondary axis. SF
In PowerMILL 5, secondary axis limiting has been added to ensure that the program generated will not attempt to move outside any limits in the machine tool's range of movement.
A secondary axis connects outdoor sports facilities above and below so that although the language at Diamond Ranch is that of today's architectural avant-garde, its underlying organization has a distinct logic and has even some axial similarities to the cardo and decumanus of the Romans.
The old Chart Wizard in Excel 2003 offered a combo chart where some series were shown as columns and others as lines, often using a secondary axis. This feature was hidden in Excel 2007 and 2010, although it was still possible using the Format Dialog.
The entrance space is intersected by a secondary axis, directly in front of the reception desk.
Excel will take care of formatting the chart with two axes and will place the last series as a line chart on the secondary axis.