Re: 1) Line[] in Log plots 2) Directories with the MacOS

*To*: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net*Subject*: [mg8840] Re: [mg8810] 1) Line[] in Log plots 2) Directories with the MacOS*From*: seanross at worldnet.att.net*Date*: Mon, 29 Sep 1997 02:40:06 -0400*Sender*: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

decker, mark wrote: > > Hello Mathematica People (and Sean!) > > 1) I'm wondering if there is any way to incorporate error bars in > LogListPlots ? I have successfully plotted error points (one above and > below) but have run into difficulty connecting the points (forming an > "error bar") in a LogPlot. One can see why, since lines are not > straight in LogPlots (but mine would be since they only run vertically). > I would rather not construct the line out of series of points (due to > plotting time). I have also considered just plotting dashed error bands > above and below the data, but would really like the standard error bars. > I do realize that the error bars will be (and should be) funky because > of the weight of the Log Axes. > Hi Mark, The most convenient way I can think of involves dumping LogListPlot and using MultipleListPlot(in Graphics`MultipleListPlot`) which would graph the modified data Transpose[{data[[1]],Log[data[[2]]]}] and on which you could specify the error bars. The second way would be to use the Show command to combine a LogListPlot without error bars with graphics primitive commands like Line and Point to generate your own error bars.