For a Lineweaver-Burk, the manipulation is using the reciprocal of the values of both the velocity and the substrate concentration. The inverted values are then plotted on a graph as $$1/V$$ vs. $$1/[S$$]. Because of these inversions, Lineweaver-Burk plots are commonly referred to as ‘double-reciprocal’ plots. As can be seen at left, the value of $$K_M$$ on a Lineweaver Burk plot is easily determined as the negative reciprocal of the x-intercept , whereas the $$V_{max}$$ is the inverse of the y-intercept. Other related manipulation of kinetic data include Eadie-Hofstee diagrams, which plot V vs V/[S] and give $$V_{max}$$ as the Y-axis intercept with the slope of the line being $$-K_M$$.