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I am trying to find whether I could draw a semi log graph in Excel for my
values. But I could not find any semi log format. How should I search it?

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Make an XY chart with your data. Double click the axis you want to change to
a log scale. On the Scale tab of the dialog, check the Logarithmic Scale
checkbox. Adjust the scales as needed; unless you're using Excel 2007, you
can only use powers of ten for the min and max.

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I am trying to find whether I could draw a semi log graph in Excel for my
values. But I could not find any semi log format. How should I search it?





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