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This is a variation of Plot draws list of curves in same color when not using Evaluate. By using /. the head of the first argument is ReplaceAll rather than a List, and the styling subroutine of ParametricPlot does not know what to do with it. Make the substitutions part of the definitions and you get this: N1[a_] := (4 d)/(π a) ...


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params = {{1.692103, 0.717062}, {1.650914, 0.715745}, {1.667792, 0.716308}, {1.860639, 0.713741}, {1.72049, 0.72098}}; colors = {Blue, Red, Green, Orange, Gray}; labels = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5}; Block[{x}, Tooltip[PDF[WeibullDistribution @@ #, x], #] & /@ params // Plot[#, {x, 0, 2.1}, AspectRatio -> Automatic, PlotStyle -> ...


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You should use PlotLegends now (note the s in the end). From MathGroup archive: WRI forgot to change the documentation PlotLegends/guide/PlotLegendsPackage so as to say it's obsolete and to refer to the new PlotLegends built into the kernel.



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