The two-way plot is a well-known tool to visualize the fit of a two-way table. An additive fit can be represented by two sets of parallel traces, whose intersection ordinates equal the fitted values. Based on linear traces, a variety of other two-way plots were investigated recently. In this work we present two-way plots based on general traces. We show that the resulting fits equal the ones using linear traces. Hence, we also study mixed traces: hyperbolic ones to represent the columns and linear ones to represent the rows of a two-way table.