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I have some data and want to represent it on log type x-axis

How to do that with LO Calc?

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After you make your chart, right-click on the chart and choose edit. Then hover the mouse on the x-axis and the tooltip should show "x-axis". Right-click again and choose "format axis" and there you'll get an option to specify "logarithmic". –  user25656 Jan 10 '12 at 6:31
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The option to use a logarithmic scale depends on the chart type: you won't see that option for the x scale if, e.g., you've selected "column" or "line". You need to select "XY (Scatter)" and then select "logarithmic scale" in the X axis properties:

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this actually works for line charts as well, at least in LibreOffice 3.5.7.2 –  nietaki Apr 2 '13 at 13:28
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