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Re: incomplete multiplelistplot

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  • Subject: [mg36512] Re: incomplete multiplelistplot
  • From: "Lawrence A. Walker Jr." <lwalker701_remove_ at>
  • Date: Tue, 10 Sep 2002 06:24:42 -0400 (EDT)
  • Organization: Morgan State University, COMSARE
  • References: <alh83c$hat$>
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Hi Malcom,

I noticed the same thing when I attempted to plot data with disjoint 

One way is not to use the MultipleListPlot[] function.

You can plot both the lines and the markers by applying Line and Point 
graphics to your datasets.  And use Show[] to display everything on one 
plot.  You can use the PlotSymbol[] function instead of Point. The 
PlotSymbol function is available in the MultipleListPlot package to get 
the diamond, star, square, etc.

Another way is to modify the MultipleListPlot[] function.  I modified 
the function to do multiple plots on a polar grid.

WARNING - I advise you not to change any of the standpackages.  Instead, 
first make a copy then modify it.

One of the modifications I made was to change
'pts = First[Transpose[data]]' in the handleset function to 'pts=data'. 
  This seems to work for my application.

Hope this helps.


Malcolm Woodruff wrote:
> I am using MultipleListPlot to plot a range of 2D graphs and have found that
> the last graph, which has a much greater (by a factor of 4) x range than the
> others does not plot completely but is truncated in the x direction. By
> removing the Frame, I can see the points where these lie outside the Frame
> but these are not joined etc. How do I get over this?
> -
> Malcolm Woodruff

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