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JH
09/30/10 12:10pm

In Response To 'Re: 2 Color Plotting'
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Thanks, I got what I initially wanted to work, but now I think a different visual is better suited for my needs. I have the three columns, but I replaced the 0s and 1s with the old values (a range from -10 to positive 10- I had initially assigned them a 0 or 1 if it was negative or positive). Can I have Mathematica plot the points as before but have the color be a gradient depending on the value in the third column? For example, have -10 be dark blue and +10 be bright red and have middle values be a gradient between these colors?


Thanks again.


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