Tag Archives: Logarithmic

Logarithmic graph paper

logarithmic scales

John Napier invented logarithms in 1614. Some years later, maybe in 1620 Edmun Gunter built the first logarithmic scale but it was Wingate three centuries later the first to describe with the book \emph{L'usage de la Reigle de Proportion en l'Arithm\'etique et G\'eom\'etrie} its existence and usability.

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log-normal probability paper

2 cycles log-normal probability graph paper.

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log-normal probability paper

1 cycle log-normal probability graph paper.

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log-log 2cycles

Logaritmic graph paper with 2 cycles along each axis.

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semi-log 2cycles

Semi-logaritmic graph paper with lines every 5mm. along the vertical axis.

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semi-log 1cycle

Semi-logaritmic graph paper with lines every 5mm. along the vertical axis.

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