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Here is an example of a Be-10/Ne-21 two-nuclide diagram from one of my papers: Here I have put Ne-21 (the longer-lived nuclide) on the x-axis and the Be-10/Ne-21 ratio on the y-axis. I think no matter what the nuclides involved, you should always do it the same way as is commonly done for Al-26/Be-10 diagrams, so that burial goes down.
So, again, exposure goes to the right and burial goes down. Although I have not made a systematic historiographic study of this phenomenon, I believe that the European style is largely just due to the fact that the “Cosmo Calc” software put together by Pieter Vermeesch does it this way. Nearly all the two-nuclide diagrams in the existing literature involve the normal implementation of the Al-26/Be-10 diagram, so anyone familiar with this literature expects exposure to go to the right on a tw0-nuclide diagram, and burial to go down.