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Adding identification marks to a Plot

  • To: mathgroup at christensen.Cybernetics.NET
  • Subject: [mg791] Adding identification marks to a Plot
  • From: "Joseph G. McWilliams" <mcwilljg at euler.sfasu.edu>
  • Date: Wed, 19 Apr 1995 00:42:30 -0400

The program below will plot f[n,x] for k values of the parameter n for x 
in the interval [a,b], all on the same axis. Is there any way to place 
markers next to each plotted function so they can be distinguished from 
one another?  Color is out, this is for a grey scale NeXT station.  

Show[Table[Plot[f[n,x],{x,a,b}, DisplayFunction->Identity], {n,1,k}], 
DisplayFunction -> $DisplayFunction]



Joseph McWilliams           Wagner's music is better than it sounds.
Nacogdoches, TX                                -- Mark Twain --
mcwilljg at euler.sfasu.edu



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