I based the design off a graph from Kodak's R&D department or at least from the couple of sheets Dick Dickerson gave me. Each dot is Δ0.02 logs apart. Each square is Δ0.1 log. The solid lines represent Δ1.0 logs. The coordinates are labeled every 0.2 logs. This design is very good for easy to read precision plotting, especially by hand. For my four quadrant curves which are meant to incorporate a larger view of the process has the coordinates labeled in Δ0.30 log intervals.
Originally Posted by CPorter
A quick look through Schaefer's book shows that while he does have coordinates at Δ0.30 log intervals (actually labeled in Zones), he also used graphs with the coordinates labeled every Δ0.20 logs.
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