I find myself in an unexpected situation. I've been working with an AI provider (who shall remain nameless) to use the pgfplots package to provide a graph with separate, but synchronized, axis (one on the left side and one on the right) with the appropriate titles, 'tick' marks and labels for each.
I thought to myself, the answer should be simple for an entity that contains all of human knowledge.
However, that was not the case.
There were certain details on the labelling of the right pgfplots ordinate axis that the AI could not address. The AI and I were able to get very near to the end, but only so far before the AI simply stopped offering solutions, and started making suggestions that I should consult other sources.
Although I never would have expected to be in this situation, SE has for years been a stalwart companion to resolve too many instances where I needed assistance. On the other hand, if memory serves, SE may not be sanguine with the idea of acting as a backup to an AI bot. I'm just not sure.
So I am posting here to ask, before I go any further, if it would be appropriate for me to post an MWE of the pgfplots LaTeX code in it's last incarnation here on SE to see if anyone has any ideas that the AI bot did not to complete the vision I had for my particular graph.
It may very well be that pgfplots simply cannot accommodate what it is I am attempting to do. The limited research I have done seems to suggest pgfplots can do what I want, but I am not an expert on pgfplots.
I'll leave this issue here for now and await to hear what the community decides. If the SE community approves, I will post the pgfplots MWE code for others to commiserate on. If not, I'll pursue other avenues.