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Re: Replace a vertical line in ListPlot

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  • From: "djmpark" <djmpark at comcast.net>
  • Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2012 04:59:36 -0400 (EDT)
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Alexei,

It's a matter of Mathematica adaptively choosing where to put the Axes,
which you probably thought were banished because you had used Frame -> True.
But Mathematica allows a Frame AND Axes.

So just add the Option Axes -> None.

ListPlot[Table[{k, 7./k}, {k, 12, 70, 1}], Frame -> True,
 Axes -> None] 


David Park
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From: Alexei Boulbitch [mailto:Alexei.Boulbitch at iee.lu] 


Dear community,

I am making a ListPlot with the Frame->True option. Here is a simplified
example showing the feature in question:

ListPlot[Table[{k, 7./k}, {k, 10, 70, 1}], Frame -> True]

It is everything fine with this plot as soon as the table starts with k=10.
However, if the table starts with k=12 instead of 10, like here:

ListPlot[Table[{k, 7./k}, {k, 12, 70, 1}], Frame -> True]

the plot shows a vertical solid line at k.

Why does it appear?
and
How can I remove this line?

Thank you, Alexei

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