I'm struggling to create a graph that is supposed to end up looking like this:

I have been able to graph everything except for the secondary x-axis at the top for temperature in degrees Celsius. Is this possible? I have the data points for where the modulus and loss factor intersect with each temperature line, but I do not have any other values regarding the temperature. If it can't be done, is there any way I could perhaps combine a contour graph with a scatter plot?

Thanks in advance

EDIT: Here's a little sample of the data that I have.

```
Loss Factor
Reduced Frequency Frequency Loss Factor Temperature
1.53E-03 1.92E+00 1.91E+07 50
4.85E-03 3.02E+00 3.00E+07
9.89E-03 3.90E+00 3.87E+07
1.80E-02 5.04E+00 5.00E+07
Modulus
Reduced Frequency Frequency Dynamic Modulus Temperature
1.07E-03 4.49E+02 4.49E+09
3.06E-03 4.67E+02 4.67E+09
8.34E-03 4.86E+02 4.86E+09
9.93E-03 4.86E+02 4.86E+09
2.20E-02 4.82E+02 4.82E+09
4.42E-02 4.87E+02 4.87E+09 50
50 Degrees Celsius
Reduced Frequency D. Mod.
2.77E-01 1.00E+11
1.00E-03 1.00E+07
```

You can see that I only have the points of intersection of the temperature lines and the modulus/loss factor. I also I have the points at the end of each temperature line in relation to the y axis (dynamic modulus) and the x axis (reduced frequency).