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How do I use the ShowLegends function to produce a legend for my framed graphic?
I'm new to this site and new to Mathematica as you can see from my question. I'm also new to programming, btw. I'm trying to produce a legend for my plot which I've coded as follows: ...
Sep 6 '12 at 19:47
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