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# Flipping the x-axis

Posted 6 months ago
 Hello all! I have problems with a plot. I want to plot exactly this way and also exactly in this order (from maximum to minimum on the x-axis and from minimum to maximum on the y-axis). Mathematica plot both from min to max. How can I do this? Here are the first table entries: {{4000., 96.6728}, {3999., 96.6739}, {3998., 96.675}, {3997., 96.674}, {3996., 96.6704}, {3995., 96.6643}, {3994., 96.657}, {3993., 96.6507}, {3992., 96.648}, {3991., 96.65}, {3990., 96.6557}, {3989., 96.6627}, {3988., 96.6684}, {3987., 96.6712}, {3986., 96.6712}, {3985., 96.6694}, {3984., 96.668}, {3983., 96.669}, {3982., 96.6726}, {3981., 96.6767}, {3980., 96.6778}, {3979., 96.6743}, {3978., 96.668}, {3977., 96.6637}, {3976., 96.6653}, {3975., 96.673}, {3974., 96.6827}, {3973., 96.6891}, {3972., 96.6894}..........} 
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Posted 6 months ago
 Thank you very much!
Posted 6 months ago
 Try adding the option ScalingFunctions. Let's say list holds your data, then ListPlot[list, ScalingFunctions -> {"Reverse", None}] 
Posted 6 months ago
 Thank you very much! But now the y-axis is on the right side and not on left. How can i fix this?
Posted 6 months ago
 You can use the AxesOrigin option.
Posted 6 months ago
 I guess you are asking for ScalingFunctions (let data be your data), try: ListLinePlot[data, ScalingFunctions -> {"Reverse", None}]