Re: Plotting discontinuous lines

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• Subject: [mg18205] Re: Plotting discontinuous lines
• From: Jens-Peer Kuska <kuska at informatik.uni-leipzig.de>
• Date: Mon, 21 Jun 1999 22:50:45 -0400
• Organization: Universitaet Leipzig
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Hi Virgil,

don't say that it is so easy:

data={{1,2},{7,2},{10,2},{14,2},{16,2},{17,2},{23,2},{24,2},{30,2},{33,2}};
data1={{8,-2},{9,-2},{15,-2},{15,-2},{18,-2},{22,-2},{25,-2},{29,-2},{34,-2},{
38,-2}};

Show[Graphics[ (Line /@ Partition[#,2]) & /@ {data,data1}]]

Regards
Jens

Virgil Stokes wrote:
>
> I have a list of two sets of from,to coordinate pairs that define
> line segments. For example I would like to produce a plot of
> the form:
>
> -------    -----  --        --        ----
>
>            --        -    -----   -----       -----
>
SNIP SNAPP
> The problem is how to draw, efficiently the two sets of discontinuous line
> segments.
> In general, the number of discontinuous line segments will vary from one data
> set
> to another.
SNIPP SNAPP
> -- Virgil

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