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RE: Urgent Plot problem

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  • Subject: [mg32060] RE: [mg32041] Urgent Plot problem
  • From: "David Park" <djmp at>
  • Date: Fri, 21 Dec 2001 03:57:32 -0500 (EST)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at


You can combine the two plots with the Show statement. In order to suppress
the display of the original plots you can make them within a Block statement
that temporarily suppresses graphics display by setting $DisplayFunction to

Block[{$DisplayFunction = Identity},
    plot1 = Plot[Sin[x/100], {x, 0, 100}];
    plot2 = Plot[Cos[x/100], {x, 200, 1000}]];
Show[plot1, plot2];

My DrawGraphics package, at my web site, is designed to facilitate the
combination of many plotting elements in a natural manner, without having to
turn the display off and on. There, the statement would be written as:


    {Draw[Sin[x/100], {x, 0, 100}],
     Draw[Cos[x/100], {x, 200, 1000}]},
    Axes -> True];

David Park
djmp at

> From: deniz.seker at [mailto:deniz.seker at]
To: mathgroup at
> Hi,
> I have a problem with Plot. For two different results of equations, I need
> to plot the results in one plot. For example, one domain has a range of
> 0-100 in x direction, and the other has a range of 200-1000. How can I
> comb,ne the results in one graph?
> regards,
> Deniz

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