11.52.46 nologscale

set nologscale { <axis> }

The setting nologscale causes an axis to be laid out with linearly, rather than logarithmically, spaced intervals; it is equivalent to the setting linearscale. It is the converse of the setting logscale. For example, issuing the command

set nolog

would cause all of the axes of a plot to be scaled linearly. Alternatively only one, or a selection of axes, can be set to scale linearly as follows:

set nologscale x1 y2

This would cause the first horizontal and second vertical axes to be scaled linearly.