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Re: Adding identification marks to a Plot

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  • Subject: [mg860] Re: [mg791] Adding identification marks to a Plot
  • From: "Tone Dieckmann" <TONE at pool.uni-mannheim.de>
  • Date: Wed, 26 Apr 1995 00:27:30 -0400

Joseph McWilliams wrote
> 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
> 
> 
You can try either `Thickness' or `Dashing' for this purpose. For 
instance,

Show[Table[Plot[f[n,x],{x,a,b}, 
PlotStyle -> {Dashing[{N[2 n/100], 0.03}]},
DisplayFunction->Identity], {n,1,k}], 
DisplayFunction -> $DisplayFunction]
 
will display each graph with differently a dashed line. 
Hope this helps.

Tone




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