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Hi,

Am plotting a graph and need to scale the axes so that i can take my range of 'x'-axis values from -1 to infinity.

I shall provide script, but i am using the ParametricPlot command.

ParametricPlot[tab2, {up, -1 + 10^-7, 10},

AxesLabel -> {"\[Rho]", "u'"}, PlotRange -> {{-1, 2}, {-1, 0}},

AspectRatio -> 1]

Where rho is my x-axis.

I wish to scale the axis such that [tex] \Rho -> \Rho/(2 + \Rho) [\tex]

I am aware there is a definition error in the script.

Thanks in advanced,

Konig.

Am plotting a graph and need to scale the axes so that i can take my range of 'x'-axis values from -1 to infinity.

I shall provide script, but i am using the ParametricPlot command.

ParametricPlot[tab2, {up, -1 + 10^-7, 10},

AxesLabel -> {"\[Rho]", "u'"}, PlotRange -> {{-1, 2}, {-1, 0}},

AspectRatio -> 1]

Where rho is my x-axis.

I wish to scale the axis such that [tex] \Rho -> \Rho/(2 + \Rho) [\tex]

I am aware there is a definition error in the script.

Thanks in advanced,

Konig.