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Mark
07/19/09 3:19pm


Hi,

I have two sets of coordinate points I wish to plot:

set 1 is :

{Point[{4, -0.516}], Point[{8, -0.5277}], Point[{12, -0.5307}],
Point[{16, -0.5316}], Point[{20, -0.5326}], Point[{24, -0.5326}],
Point[{28, -0.5326}], Point[{32, -0.5326}], Point[{36, -0.5336}],
Point[{40, -0.5336}], Point[{44, -0.5336}], Point[{48, -0.5336}]}

and set 2 is:

{Point[{4, -0.516}], Point[{8, -0.5277}], Point[{12, -0.5307}],
Point[{16, -0.5316}], Point[{20, -0.5326}], Point[{24, -0.5326}],
Point[{28, -0.5326}], Point[{32, -0.5326}], Point[{36, -0.5336}],
Point[{40, -0.5336}], Point[{44, -0.5336}], Point[{48, -0.5336}]}

I use Graphics[{set1,set2}] to plot this, and it works. But I wish to use PlotMarkers instead of colors to distinguish between the two sets. However, PlotMarkers only seem to work under ListPlot, and not under Graphics which I am using to plot by coordinates. Is there a way to use PlotMarkers or something similar besides color or point size under Graphics? Thanks for your help!

-Mark




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PlotMarkers, but under Graphics Mark 07/19/09 3:19pm
Re: PlotMarkers, but under Graphics Bill 07/22/09 01:20am
Re: PlotMarkers, but under Graphics yehuda ben-s... 07/23/09 01:22am
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