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I'm plotting multiple lists with ListPlot[] or ListLogPlot[]:

ListLogPlot[{ListA, ListB, ListC, ListD, ListE}, PlotRange -> {{0, 100}, Automatic}]

I also have fits, $(f_a,f_b,f_c,f_d,f_e)$ for the data in each of the lists. How can I overlay the fits in the same color and for the same $(x,y)$ range?

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Could you post a minimal example ? – b.gatessucks May 5 '13 at 11:41
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Create some data:

data = Map[Sin[# Range@100] + # &, {1, 5, 3, 6}] // N;

Create some fits:

fits = LinearModelFit[#, g, g] & /@ data;

Plot the data:

g1 = ListLogPlot[data, PlotRange -> {{0, 100}, Automatic}, Joined -> True];

Plot the fits:

g2 = ListLinePlot[Log@Thread[#[Range[0, 100]]]& /@ fits, PlotRange->{{0, 100},Automatic}]

Combine the plots:


enter image description here

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