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Re: newbie want to join the group


Capet Arthur wrote:
> hello, i'm a belgian physicist student.
> 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??
> 
> Thank you
> 
> 
> Arthur Capet, University of Liège, Belgium
> 
Hi Arthur,

You must load the package "Graphics" before being able to use 
LogListPlot {see In[2]). For example,

In[1]:=
data = {{0.2, 1.616189292949936},
     {0.30000000000000004, 2.2268887991633655},
     {0.4, 3.1266863702688354},
     {0.5, 2.7627779406234483}, {0.6000000000000001,
      2.698069670171476}, {0.7000000000000001,
      4.41167504886803}, {0.8, 5.74587316390129},
     {0.9, 5.58706352309947}, {1., 7.032930622413081},
     {1.1, 9.80129213768812}, {1.2000000000000002,
      12.290031184510216}};

In[2]:=
Needs["Graphics`Graphics`"]

In[3]:=
LogListPlot[data, PlotStyle -> PointSize[0.01],
    ImageSize -> 500];

Best regards,
/J.M.


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