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Jeff Lynch
03/31/98 06:12am


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> >
> > I am using the Student version 3.0 and am trying to plot several
sets of data on
> > one plot. According to the help, if I type
<<Graphics''MultipleListPlot' I receive an error message that states
that this cannot be opened. Is this option not available in the Student
Version or is it not necessary to open the Graphics
> > prior to plotting? When I tried to use just the MultipleListPlot it
would not graph the data.
> >
> > Thanks for you assistance
> >
>
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>
> Your are using the apostrophe instead of the backquote as the
separator character. Try:
>
> <<Graphics`MultipleListPlot`
>
> Forum Moderator

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I encountered this problem myself. I was aware that the backquote
character
should be used, however it did not work. I then got a strange message
saying
that there was a conflict with a global variable (or function, I cant
remember)
of the same name.

It was for this problem that I was searching this site.

I haven't found an answer yet, any further suggestions?


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