Currently the only lines visible in a log scale chart are 1, 10, 100,1000...
However to see better where are the values in between the orders of magnitude, additional lines are needed:
Good examples are seen here:
Following combinations of axes are needed for x-y
See also: http://ask.libreoffice.org/en/question/13181/how-do-i-display-labels-on-minor-grid-ticks/?comment=15413#comment-15413
In case of question I can be contacted.
Operating System: Windows XP
Version: 22.214.171.124 release
sounds interesting and good
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Setting severity to enhancement.
It is already possible to get the grid between two major lines. You only need to enable the minor grid.
To enable labels on minor ticks is valid request however.
*** Bug 119701 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Example of semilogx: attachment 144677 [details]
You can change the major interval in the axis scale options:
0.30103 (=log10(2)) will give major marks on every multiple of 2 (as the number is not precise, you will need to format the scale to a fixed number of d.p.)
I note that the minor grid is 8 lines, 9 intervals between major grid lines drawn logarithmically, regardless of the choice of major interval. This doesn't make sense: surely the starting point should be 9 lines, 10 intervals, or at least picking out intervening integers when a different major interval is set. It may help to change the operation so that the major interval is the log10 of the number you input, rather than having to input the log10 explicitly.
Created attachment 148128 [details]
Example for minor Grid for logarithmic scale
There is a problem, that it is not specified in ODF 1.2 how to build the minor grid. That is addressed in https://issues.oasis-open.org/browse/OFFICE-3936 and already resolved by adding new attributes.
The new attributes will be available in ODF 1.4. So any improvement in LibreOffice should do it in the way it will be specified. Of cause until ODF 1.4 is released and LibreOffice switches to it, the new attributes need to be in private namespace.