Steven Sanderson thinks in percentages:

A log-log plot is a type of graph where both the x-axis and y-axis are in logarithmic scales. This is particularly useful when dealing with data that spans several orders of magnitude. By taking the logarithm of the data, we can compress large values and reveal patterns that might be hidden on a linear scale.

Letâ€™s start with a simple example using base R.

Read on to see how you can create these plots and what you can do to customize them.