*To*: mathgroup@smc.vnet.net*Subject*: [mg12064] Re: How to plot list from (0,0) ?*From*: "David Keith" <dkeith@hevanet.com>*Date*: Fri, 24 Apr 1998 01:52:34 -0400*Organization*: Hevanet Communications*References*: <6h70q0$h@smc.vnet.net>

Hello, I tried this and it seems to be working as you intend. One possibility is that, with the first point located at the origin, you do not see it. Try ListPlot[newList,PlotStyle->PointSize[.02]] to plot the result and the points will be large enough to see, even when on a grid line. Another approach is to control the plot range explicitly, for example using ListPlot[originalList, PlotRange->{{0,Automatic},All}]. This has the advantage of not adding a false data point. Enjoy Mathematica! 8623806 wrote in message <6h70q0$h@smc.vnet.net>... > I have a list with 10 element as follows, >t={{1,1.31496},{2,2.29389},{3,3.24304},{4,4.17759},{5,5.11638}, > {6,6.0466},{7,6.97955},{8,7.91079},{9,8.84024},{10,9.7713}}, which is >a computed result > >I hope to plot this list from {0,0}, hence I use Prepend[t,{0,0}] to >insert {0,0}. But it seems not work, the output graphic is not from >{0,0}. > >If anyone can tell me, the beginner of Mathematica. Thank a lot! > > >