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Decimal Comma
If you want to have a decimal comma instead of the dot use the option comma for the psaxes macro.
\psaxes[xunit=2cm,Dx=0.5,Dy=0.5,comma]{->}(5,5)

 It is very easy to modify the label setting of the axes. The right example shows one for a very small intervall for both axes. \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage{pstricks,pst-plot} \begin{document} \psset{xunit=20cm,yunit=20cm} \begin{pspicture}(0.7,-0.1)(1.1,0.4) \psaxes[Ox=0.08,Dx=0.05,Oy=0,Dy=0.05]% {<->}(0.8,0)(1.1,0.4) \end{pspicture} \end{document}  For more examples load the pstricks-add documentation.

Great values
When you have an intervall for one of the axes let's say from 1950...1972, then it is not possible to choose an unit less than 2.95mm. In this case it is better to choose an internal interval from 0...22 and starting the axis label with the value 1950.

Logarithmic Axes number as index

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