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 May 6 comment Mapping multiple parameters of a function to specific values Is that & at the end of the line where myfunction is defined necessary? Why can't I defined the function, put a ; at the end and then run the plot? May 6 comment Mapping multiple parameters of a function to specific values Ok! Does the "#" in front designate it as a parameter? Does the number designate the order, so that the program knows which value from {number1, number2} to map? Why do we have 3 @'s. How does this "level" theory work? May 6 asked Mapping multiple parameters of a function to specific values May 5 awarded Commentator May 4 asked Export Plots to $\LaTeX$ May 4 comment Plot curves different way so that one can see them when printing black and white Thank you very much! May 4 comment Plot curves different way so that one can see them when printing black and white Thank you very much! May 4 comment Plot curves different way so that one can see them when printing black and white Thank you very much! May 4 accepted Plot curves different way so that one can see them when printing black and white May 4 comment Show parameters on graph So cool, thanks alot! :) May 4 comment Show parameters on graph Something like this: upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/ec/… May 4 asked Plot curves different way so that one can see them when printing black and white May 4 asked Show parameters on graph May 1 awarded Student May 1 awarded Scholar May 1 accepted Plotting different PDFs of a distribution in the same graph May 1 comment Plotting different PDFs of a distribution in the same graph Thank you for the link to the Map documentation, that is very useful! In this case you used "#" for both parameters. But, let's say I would want to map 1 list of values to the first parameter, and one to the second parameter, how would I do this? May 1 asked Plotting different PDFs of a distribution in the same graph