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I have imported an Excel spreadsheet with dimensions {row, col}= {92, 28} into Mathematica, I want to plot 27 datasets from the spreadsheet: column 1 with column 2, column 1 with column 3, ..., column 1 with column 27.

Is there any single expression with which I can plot these 27 graphs rather then doing one-by-one?

With following answer:

Multiple curves plot from excel

I have been able to plot in one dataset, but I need each dataset plotted separately.

Here is a link to my excel file:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/k58p6bua4megojn/1-Mode.xlsx?dl=0

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a = Import["1-Mode.xlsx"][[1]];
plotlist = Table[
  ListLinePlot[a[[All, {1, i}]]],
  {i, 2, Dimensions[a][[2]]}]

This assumes that the file "1-Mode.xlsx" lies in the current directory. Use a full path instead if this is not the case.

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  • $\begingroup$ Thank you, That is, what I want. Further How can I do 2nd order polynomial fit to each graph. And show both polynomial fit and actual graph at each graph. And also 2nd order differential of polynomial fit. Thanks again. $\endgroup$ – Aman Apr 7 at 18:00
  • $\begingroup$ You're welcome. Technically, this is a new questions. Anyways, you can find a polynomial fit with FindFit, plot it with Plot, and show the plot together with the ListLinePlot from above with Show. The second derivative can be obtained with D. I'd suggest to study the documentations of these symbols first. $\endgroup$ – Henrik Schumacher Apr 7 at 22:10

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