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Why is the Y axis still in linear scale after setting 'YScale' to 'log'?

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Help! I want to show the X and Y in logarithmic scale. The X axis is changing just fine after setting 'XScale' to 'log', but the Y axis still looks linear. How do I solve this?
I am using MATLAB R2019a. The code I'm using is attached below. Thank you in advance.

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 19 Jul 2021
No, log is working correctly
For the log view, compare the distance between 0.6 and 0.65 (bottom) to the distance between 1.05 and 1.1 (top). Both are a distance of 0.05, but the bottom is obviously further apart, as would be expected for log scale.
If this is not sufficiently clear, then use ylim([0.25 1.1]) for the two modes, and you will see for log that the data is crowded into the top

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Chunru on 19 Jul 2021
The yaxis is indeed in log scale. However, the ylim is in a small range as set by ylim ([0.6 1.1]) so it looks approximately linear.
To verify the log scale more clearly, you can set, for example, the ylim as:
ylim ([0.2 2])

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