# data transformation

##### New Member
If Y=log(X) is normally distributed, then X is lognormally distributed. Does this mean that if I plot the probability density function of Y, the x-axis is log(x)?

#### hlsmith

##### Not a robit
Not an area i am too knowledgable in, but i think you can request pdf specifically for normal, lognormal, and other distributions.

#### CamilleJosion

##### CaJosion
If you want to plot the density of Y, the abscissa need to be log(x), so yes, it is log(x)