Logarithmic Graph Paper PDF Generator



Update! As a note, there is no small amount of controversy with this page. In October, 2017 - this logarithmic graph paper was deemed "hurtful", and no ads could be placed on it. That was all sorted out by a human reviewer.

Update again! On Christmas Day. 2017 - this page was removed from the running again. The reason? "No content". A review was requested, and Log graph paper was deemed valueless.

For Log graph paper to be considered as having "no content" is an insult to all log fans everywhere! I am hopeful about the future of Logarithmic Graph Paper, but we mustn't ever forget these dark times! It was reviewed and fixed.

Another Update! Just in time for Valentine's Day, 2018... This page got another violation from the Google ad robots. Once again "No Content". They suggest I read their paper (a rather nice paper) on "Tips for creating high quality sites". Let's run down the advisements!

Don't create multiple pages or sites with duplicate content.
Done! This is the only place on the internet I can find this content!
Provide content that gives users a reason to visit, and return, to your site.
Log-Log graph paper people? I think you know who you are.
Provide the information or service promised.
Done and done. Click the button, get a graph paper. Couldn't be simpler!

A review is complete. Reinstated. :-)

For the love of Pete!!
Once again, in February, This page was removed for lack of content. Again. It is under review. Again.

Logarithmic Graph Paper Preview

This generator makes this type of graph paper.

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PDF Document Size:
8.5 x 11 inches
11 x 17 inches
A4 (21 x 29.7cm)
A3 (29.7 x 42cm)
Other... x
Minimum Border:
Line Weight:
Wide: points
Narrow: points
(0.05 is very fine; 0.5 is average; 20 is very very wide)
X Axis:
Include Fine Divisions
1 Cycle
2 Cycles
3 Cycles
4 Cycles *
5 Cycles *
6 Cycles *
Linear -
Y Axis:
Include Fine Divisions
1 Cycle
2 Cycles
3 Cycles
4 Cycles *
5 Cycles *
6 Cycles *
Linear -
Line Color:

At some point, claiming there is no content here is going to provide this page with enough content.