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Bill Simpson
10/24/12 12:32pm

In your notebook both Hpx and qpj are lists.

Does this perhaps do what you need?

ListPlot[Transpose[{Hpx, qpj}]]

If this is not what you need then perhaps you can show a very simple Hpx and qpj with only three or four elements each and describe how the plot should appear for those elements. Perhaps with that information someone can explain how to do this with your 12000 elements.

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Plot a function. Voicu Razvan 10/24/12 07:12am
Re: Plot a function. Voicu Razvan 10/24/12 12:24pm
Re: Re: Plot a function. Bill Simpson 10/24/12 3:11pm
Re: Plot a function. Bill Simpson 10/24/12 12:32pm
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