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Norbert Nemes
01/27/05 09:32am

Hello

I am trying to plot some data with errorbars and I would like to use MultipleListPlot for this purpose. However, when I enter the following:

<< Graphics`MultipleListPlot`

MultipleListPlot[{
{{0.698, 1.024}, ErrorBar[{-0.028, 0.028}, {-0.091, 0.091}]},
{{0.740, 0.673}, ErrorBar[{-0.014, 0.014}, {-0.056, 0.056}]},
{{0.768, 0.932}, ErrorBar[{-0.014, 0.014}, {-0.064, 0.064}]},
{{0.796, 1.114}, ErrorBar[{-0.014, 0.014}, {-0.064, 0.064}]},
{{0.824, 1.390}, ErrorBar[{-0.014, 0.014}, {-0.043, 0.043}]},
{{0.866, 1.854}, ErrorBar[{-0.028, 0.028}, {-0.043, 0.036}]},
{{0.922, 1.965}, ErrorBar[{-0.028, 0.028}, {-0.069, 0.069}]},
{{0.965, 1.503}, ErrorBar[{-0.015, 0.015}, {-0.082, 0.282}]}},
PlotRange -> All, SymbolShape -> {PlotSymbol[Box]}]

I get the following errors:

MultipleListPlot::badpt: {{0.698, 1.024}, ErrorBar[{-0.028, 0.028}, {-0.091, 0.091}]} is not a valid specification for a point in MultipleListPlot. It should be a number, a pair of numbers, or the same with an error specification given as an Interval around zero.

MultipleListPlot::badpt: {{0.74, 0.673}, ErrorBar[{-0.014, 0.014}, {-0.056, 0.056}]} is not a valid specification for a point in MultipleListPlot. It should be a number, a pair of numbers, or the same with an error specification given as an Interval around zero.

MultipleListPlot::badpt: {{0.768, 0.932}, ErrorBar[{-0.014, 0.014}, {-0.064, 0.064}]} is not a valid specification for a point in MultipleListPlot. It should be a number, a pair of numbers, or the same with an error specification given as an Interval around zero.

General::stop:Further output ofMultipleListPlot ::badpt will be suppressed during this calculation. More ...

Transpose::nmtx:The first two levels of the one-dimensional list {} cannot be transposed. More...

Could somebody please tell me what am I doing wrong?

Thank you!

Norbert

P.S. I am using Mathematica 5.1

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Problems with MultipleListPlot Norbert Nemes 01/27/05 09:32am
Re: Problems with MultipleListPlot yehuda ben-s... 01/29/05 5:33pm
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