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Re: newbie want to join the group

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  • Subject: [mg64330] Re: [mg64321] newbie want to join the group
  • From: "David Annetts" <davidannetts at aapt.net.au>
  • Date: Sun, 12 Feb 2006 04:00:14 -0500 (EST)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Hi Arthur, 

> i'm a newbie in the use of Mathematica, and working on CA 
> complexity i'll surely have a lot of questions this whole year.
> just now, here's the particuliar one : i got a list of data, 
> and i plot it and it works all good. Now i try to plot it on 
> a logarithmic scale using the LogListPlot function, and... 
> just nothing appears! No graphs, no error message, just 
> nothing.. what am i supoposed to do??

Read the documentation.  

A search for LogListPlot (in Index) in the online documentation would have
lead you to one of the standard packages.  As you read through the help
file, you can see that you need to load the package in order to access the
function.

Another method might be to read through past posts to this newsgroup, as
this question tends to come up quite a lot.

Note that you can also 

	ListPlot[Log[10, data]];

to get your data on log axes, but the labelling will be wrong.  You can roll
your own Ticks (search for Ticks) or use the function LogTicks (also in
Graphics`Graphics`).

Regards,

Dave.


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