This page is part of the ScottPlot 5.0 Cookbook
⚠️ ScottPlot 5.0.2-beta is a preview package
This page describes a beta release of ScottPlot. It is available on NuGet as a preview package, but its API is not stable and it is not recommended for production use. See the ScottPlot Versions page for more information.
Additional axes may be added to plots. Plottables are displayed using the coordinate system of the primary axes by default, but any plottable can be displayed using any X and Y axis.
ScottPlot.Plot myPlot = new(); // plottables use the standard X and Y axes by default var sig1 = myPlot.Add.Signal(Generate.Sin(51, mult: 0.01)); sig1.Axes.XAxis = myPlot.XAxis; // standard X axis sig1.Axes.YAxis = myPlot.YAxis; // standard Y axis myPlot.YAxis.Label.Text = "Primary Y Axis"; // create a second axis and add it to the plot ScottPlot.Axis.StandardAxes.LeftAxis yAxis2 = new(); myPlot.YAxes.Add(yAxis2); // add a new plottable and tell it to use the custom Y axis var sig2 = myPlot.Add.Signal(Generate.Cos(51, mult: 100)); sig2.Axes.XAxis = myPlot.XAxis; // standard X axis sig2.Axes.YAxis = yAxis2; // custom Y axis yAxis2.Label.Text = "Secondary Y Axis"; myPlot.SavePng("multi-axis.png");