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I am trying to use PlotMarkers -> Automatic or its equivalent for Show[ListPlot[..., PlotMarkers -> Automatic], ListPlot[...] ,...] to make each list plot display a different plot marker shape/type, but it gives the same shape for every list plot. Is there some way to do this, or do I have to give each list plot PlotMarkers -> "shape" manually?

Any help would be appreciated.

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    $\begingroup$ Since every ListPlot is generated separately and combined later, each one will have the first from a set of default markers. You can put multiple data sets into one ListPlot, will that work for you? $\endgroup$ – Kuba Feb 8 '17 at 8:18
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Wrong

Show[ListPlot[Range[5]], ListPlot[1 + Range[5]],
  PlotRange -> All,
  PlotMarkers -> Automatic]

No better

Show[
   ListPlot[Range[5], PlotMarkers -> Automatic],
   ListPlot[1 + Range[5], PlotMarkers -> Automatic],
   PlotRange -> All]

Both of the above give

show

Correct

ListPlot[{Range[5], 1 + Range[5]}, PlotMarkers -> Automatic]

plot

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