Looks like AMC is following a channel on the logarithmic scale. Also it looks like we're going to jump up to roughly $200 soon. Hopefully this causes margin calls. Also yellow candles for bananas.
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axes shift to the center of the graph when i ise logarithmic scale

choosing logarithmic scale either in x or y axis moves the scale to middle of the graph and i dont know how to fix this, using axis crossing doesnt work too

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Daily chart for 2021 to date using a logarithmic scale. Nice and tidy trend line. Yeah buddy.
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TIL The intensity of sound is measured in decibels (dB), the decibel scale is logarithmic. Basically a 40dB sound is not twice as loud as 20dB one, but a hundred times louder. Also one alarm clock ringing at 70dB, two alarm clocks ringing together don’t hit 140dB on scale but measure 73dB. salfordacoustics.co.uk/so…
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Logarithmic Function to Modeling Weight and Horsepower in a Scale Model Aircraft?

I dragged my 20 something year old amphibian design out of the closet and I'm ready to have a go at it again. Out of a number of apparent roadblocks to my progress in this adventure is a paradox of scale. My intent is to take my plastic and clay model, scan it into a 3D image. Then bisect the image vertically down the center from front to back. Then choose the fairer side, (no model is perfectly symmetrical) and mirror image it to make it whole again. After this is done, I would like to take slices of it, from fore to aft, at each point where a bulkhead or other significant structure would need to exist under the skin of the aircraft. In this way I should be able to model the bulkheads and stringers, spars and ribs of the design. After all this I should be able to build a 1/4 scale flying test model of what will eventually be a LSA Amphibian. But wait. Here's the hitch. If my full size bird, in it's trailered configuration weighs 1430 lbs, is 8'6" wide, and requires a 100 hp engine, Then a 1/4 scale model will be 357.5 pounds, measure 2' 1.5" wide, and have a 25 hp engine. How is this possible? Is there a logarithmic function to modeling the weight and horsepower? Help!

Are there other ways to approximate model weights and thrust to their real life counterparts?

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[OC] Countries with the most nuclear warheads. A couple of days ago I posted this with a logarithmic scale. A lot of people thought that was confusing, here is the linear scale. v.redd.it/bg9sa169jqx61
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Logarithmic Scales of Pleasure and Pain: Rating, Ranking, and Comparing Peak Experiences Suggest the Existence of Long Tails for Bliss and Suffering forum.effectivealtruism.o…
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How to divide within a logarithmic scale?

I'm woking on a project related to sound engineering, where I need to be able to divide up the human hearing range (20hz - 20khz) into even slices. It's not as simple as 20,000/3 (where 3 sections is the example) because that would result in 6,666hz, though the real answer would be around 200hz (estimation from sight)
Yes, I could do this whole project from sight, but that wouldn't provide the kind of accuracy that I want.

If it helps at all, the scale is STRICTLY between 20 and 20,000, and the number by which I would be dividing would ONLY be whole numbers (no decimals).

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Yellow banana on logarithmic scale show that we're still following trendline. Hodl apes.
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Why oh why is this scale logarithmic?! (I'm half-way! Oh wait....)
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Why does hyperinflation looks exponential even on a logarithmic scale?

Here's two examples: Germany and Zimbabwe

This means that the growth rate (%) isn't constant like in a normal exponential growth but instead it actually increases over time.

What causes this super exponential growth?

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When you look at the logarithmic scale, we could potentially hit $6 in the next cycle
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What's the point of logarithmic scales like the Richter scale? Aren't they just needlessly confusing when comparing two values?

To a layperson at least, wouldn't it be simpler to use a more detailed scale with a higher maximum value? To me it's confusing that a 6.5 on the Richter scale is a hundred times more powerful than a 4.5.

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Don't mind me, I'm just posting a logarithmic scale.
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Some microtonal users think 130edo is an exact logarithmic scale of rational numbers.

They think you could think of any rational number and assign it to 2^(iΓ·130) for integer i. Some microtonalists say it's 140edo instead, others 270edo.

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TIL of the International Nuclear and radiological Event Scale (INES), a logarithmic scale with 7 distinct levels designed to communicate the extent of a nuclear accident. There have been only 2 level 7 events so far, the Chernobyl accident and the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Int…
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How to logarithmic scale within simple sums?

I am trying to use the SUM function but to add values from a log scale price chart. Is anyone aware of the equations I need to receive answers based on a log scale, not a linear scale?

For a more detailed example: I am trying input two price values from a log chart and have the cell work out the distance between those two price values, as it would appear on a log scale chart. The usual equations would be simple: B12- B13 for example. How would I format it so the same simple sum (B12-B13 for example) would give me the answer in a log scale?

Is this much more complex that I am anticipating to format?

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By Request : A Chart : Subreddit Members Vs Market Cap in Millions on a Logarithmic Scale to Include Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Doge
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make a currency that uses a logarithmic scale

basically make a currency that is based on a logarithmic scale. the name of the currency are the logs. $1 equals 10 logs, $2 equals 100 dollars and etc. (the formula from x amount to logs is taking 10 and putting it to the power of x. )

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Worldwide daily new confirmed Covid-19 cases per million people, logarithmic scale (Source: https://ourworldindata.org/covid-cases)
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A number of musicians tell me that nusical scales are a relic of colonization, and there's different scales elsewhere. However, I am trained in a science and know the ear has a set logarithmic scale. I have always doubted the claim as I'd assume cultures would orient to this log. What's the history?
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Seriously, which genius makes these graphs? And what kind of "logarithmic scale" was applied on the x-axis? This is bugging me so much...
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Yesterday an exp-required chart was posted, but it used a linear scale. As MS uses exponential growth for level exp, a linear chart always displays a hockey stick - flat then quick zoom up. Here's the chart with a logarithmic scale, which provides a lot more useful information. (cont in comments)
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Was messing around with the charts when I finally realized ETH has been battling a year long upward resistance line on the logarithmic scale...
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Logarithmic on both scales which makes no sense in this situation
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If you have $1000, you are more than halfway to being a millionaire (on the logarithmic scale that begins with 1cent)
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r/MapPorn: Observable Universe map in logarithmic scale
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Netflix vs Disney Plus Subscribers: Is Disney catching up? Do they both have over 1,000 subscribers? Does Disney have close to the same number of subscribers? Is the chart's scale linear or logarithmic? Histogram or snapshot? Welcome to the chart that tells you nothing and tries to confuse you!
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Webull app users you have to change your settings to advance and then change the Y-axis scale to logarithmic and you’ll see that pattern. If someone says it’s fake it’s not! $NAKD reddit.com/gallery/mt5i6e
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pH is a logarithmic scale and the worlds oceans are said to be 8.1. If an article says in a hundred years the oceans will be 150 times more acidic how would I find that pH?
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πŸ’ŽGMEπŸ’ŽPrice in Logarithmic Scale Confirms $1,300.00 Price Targets v.redd.it/mmglnc10lmp61
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This is the observable Universe on a logarithmic scale with the Solar System at the center. The layers in order: Kuiper belt, Oort cloud, Alpha Centauri star, Perseus Arm, Milky Way galaxy, Andromeda galaxy, nearby galaxies, the cosmic web, cosmic microwave radiation, invisible plasma from Big Bang.
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Popular Cryptocurrencies Charted in a Logarithmic Scale [OC]
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Logarithmic Scales of Pleasure and Pain - AndrΓ©s GΓ³mez Emilsson youtube.com/watch?v=IeD3n…
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ELIA TA - Looking at GME on a Logarithmic Scale

I know this has been posted several times before, but I'm bored on a friday morning and procrastinating from work so I thought i would give a simple post with why GME looks set to explode in the near term.

Daily chart of GME on a Logarithmic price axis

ELIA: It is very easy to see GME's consolidation with lower high's and higher low's when using a Log scale. When the lines converge, we should see a breakout (up or down) of GME's price.

For reference, i've included RSI, MACD, and OBV as these technical indicators have been explained in detail in other posts by apes much more wrinkly than i. The biggest tell that the squeeze hasn't happened for me is OBV (on balance volume - https://www.investopedia.com/terms/o/onbalancevolume.asp).

OBV Calculation

Looking at how OBV is calculated, we can see that on days GME is down, OBV decreases by that daily volume. Inversely, on days where GME is up, we see that OBV increases by that daily volume. Across the last several months, days GME is down (Feb 01 - Feb 23) there is minimal selling volume, yet on days where GME is up (Feb 25 - Mar 13) there is much more volume. If GME were not being manipulated acted like a normal stock, we would see proportional volume selling just as buying - instead, we see apes hold and buy more, GME consolidates at higher and higher prices, and there is relatively no selling by retail or large institutions.

Here's an example of a non-GME stock for reference - you see the OBV generally following the price action respectively. Now look back at GME...

AAPL Stock with OBV mirroring buying / selling

ELIA: OBV shows there's no selling by retail or large investors, GME consolidating in a large wedge, breakout looks to suggest mid-May no dates!

I welcome all criticism and shillery claims in my (so far) only attempt to paint a simple picture of GME. Edit: πŸš€πŸš€πŸš€πŸš€

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Is there a special name for this logarithmic graphic scale?
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ELI5: How does a logarithmic scale work vs a linear scale?

I've always had a mental block on what exactly a logarithmic scale is showing, vs a standard linear scale, e.g. on time-series charts. I'm now 30 and I feel like it's something I should understand by now!

Can someone explain to a dumbo like me?

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Reminder to change the chart you watch the MOASS on to logarithmic scale, so the moves seem more mild and distract you from the fact that every additional pixel will probably be 1k extra
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TIL Richter Scale is Logarithmic, An earthquake a size that scores 3.0 is ten times the amplitude of one that scores 2.0. The energy that is released increases by a factor of about 32. simple.wikipedia.org/wiki…
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