matplotlib.axes.Axes.secondary_xaxis

Axes.secondary_xaxis(self, location, *, functions=None, **kwargs)
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Add a second xaxis to this axes.
For example if we want to have a second scale for the data plotted on the xaxis.
Parameters: 

location : string or scalar 
The position to put the secondary axis. Strings can be 'top' or 'bottom', for xoriented axises or 'left' or 'right' for yoriented axises or a scalar can be a float indicating the relative position on the axes to put the new axes (0 being the bottom (left), and 1.0 being the top (right).) 
functions : 2tuple of func, or Transform with an inverse 
If a 2tuple of functions, the user specifies the transform function and its inverse. i.e. functions=(lambda x: 2 / x, lambda x: 2 / x) would be an reciprocal transform with a factor of 2. The user can also directly supply a subclass of transforms.Transform so long as it has an inverse. See Secondary Axis for examples of making these conversions. 
Returns: 

ax : axes._secondary_axes.SecondaryAxis 
Other Parameters: 

**kwargs : Axes properties. 
Other miscellaneous axes parameters. 
Warning
This method is experimental as of 3.1, and the API may change.
Examples
The main axis shows frequency, and the secondary axis shows period.
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Examples using matplotlib.axes.Axes.secondary_xaxis