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Re: Change Symbol in ListPlot


Claus,
Use the option Axes->True

Show[Graphics[
       {PlotSymbol[Box, 5] /@ cy}], Frame -> True, Axes -> True];

Cheers,

Brian


Claus wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm creating a List Plot in the following way. That is fine, "but" it
> creates dots as the symbols. Is there a way to change the symbol (from a
> dot to say a cross) in a ListPlot environment?
> I got it to change in a Graphics environment, but then there are no
> axes. Which environment is better for which occasions?
> Thank you all for your help, I am really new to Mathematica!
>
> Now the "code" with Listplot, that I can make to show plots only:
> <<Statistics`StatisticsPlots`
> <<Statistics`NormalDistribution`
>
> dist=NormalDistribution[2,1.5];
> SeedRandom[1];
> x1=RandomArray[dist,100];
>
> dist2-NormalDistribution[0,1];
> SeedRandom[2];
> y1=RandomArray[dist2,100];
>
> z=0.8*x1+y1
>
> cy=Transpose[{x1,z}];
>
> ListPlot[cy, Frame -> True, FrameLabel -> {"t1", "z"},
>      PlotStyle -> {GrayLevel[0.1], AbsolutePointSize[10]}];
>
> \\If I use the Graphics package, I can use "PlotSymbol", but I don't
> have axes:
>
> Show[Graphics[
>        {PlotSymbol[Box, 5] /@ cy2}], Frame -> True];
> 
> 
> 
> 
> Thanks for your help!
> Claus


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