First, I'm quite new to Mathematica so sorry in advance if some questions seem to be trivial.
I have a CSV-file which looks like this:
"perc","l1","l2","diff" 0.005,116,148,32 0.005,352,30,322 0.005,249,49,200 0.005,23,336,313 0.0051,130,89,41 0.0051,363,46,317 . . .
perc is a percentage between 0…1; l1 and l2 are numbers, diff is the difference between l1 and l2. Those are the first lines; the full set is ~150.000 lines long; with perc from 0 to 1.
I want to plot those data and WolframAlpha (and even GoogleDocs) do a good job here and I get a result like this (actually, this is not entirely correct; perc should be plotted on X, l1, l2 and diff on Y; I hope you know what I mean.
This, however, only works if my CSV is less than ~4000 rows. If it's bigger, WA fails and "does not know how to interpret the data"; same for Google Docs. So, I want to redo this in Mathematica, but I don't know how / it doesn't work.
First, I import my CSV:
data = Import["data.csv", "Table", "HeaderLines" -> 1]
But then I fail with
ListPlot because I don't know what options it needs to plot the data correspondingly to WA.