I just wanted to plot two different functions, for simplicity let's say: 1. price in USA; and 2. price in India, as a function of weight. Now, I want this weight to be represented in pounds (popular in USA) as well as kilograms (popular in India), as two different x-axes, one on top of the graph while another on bottom of the graph. However, I want only single y-axis to compare the graphs of 'price in USA' and 'price in India'.

Is that possible in Matlab? I tried plotyy but it creates two y-axes for a single x-axis.

Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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Sincerely,

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