abline in log-log plot

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abline in log-log plot

Jeffrey Ross-Ibarra
I'm working with a scatterplot of data, using plot() with log="xy" to get
log-log axes.  But I can't get the regression line to plot correctly.  I use
abline(lm(log(Y)~log(X))) and ge a line that looks like the correct slope,
but the Y-intercept is messed up.  I haven't changed the y-axis other than
to use the log-transformation.  I can get the non-log regression line to
plot as a curve on the log-log axes by using abline(lm(Y~X),unt=T), but I
just want to plot the straight regression line of log(Y)~log(X).

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