# ListPlot with Uncertainties [closed]

How do I go about using ListPlot (or anything that allows me to make a basic graph and plot an exponential decay curve on it later) with uncertainties?

As a minimal example:

dataHist5 = {{Around[1.5, 1.5], Around[77.8, 8.8]}, {Around[19.5, 1.5],
Around[63.5, 8.0]}, {Around[37.5, 1.5],
Around[63.8, 8.0]}, {Around[91.5, 1.5], Around[42.4, 6.5]}}
ListPlot[dataHist5]


This returns an empty graph with axes of 0 to 1 in both directions (I can attach a picture if desired but there's nothing to see).

I have been following the instructions on this page: https://www.wolfram.com/language/12/core-visualization/listplot-with-uncertainty.html

Am I missing something or am I misusing this function? Thanks for any help!

Edit: Added missing commas. Apparently this works for version 12, and my problem is I am using version 11

• Looks like there are two commas missing in your list. Commented Feb 10, 2021 at 15:41
• What version are you using? Around was introduced in version 12; in that version or newer your example works as expected once you have the commas to separate the value pairs, and not as you describe. Is Around black or blue in your MMA notebook? Commented Feb 10, 2021 at 15:41
• Around is blue. This is MMA 11, So that would explain that pretty nicely. Is there of way of doing this in version 11? If it helps, all my x uncertainties are 1.5, and all my y uncertainties are just sqrt(y) Commented Feb 10, 2021 at 15:47

dataHist5 = {{Around[1.5, 1.5],Around[77.8, 8.8]} , {Around[19.5, 1.5],Around[63.5,8.0]} , {Around[37.5, 1.5],Around[63.8, 8.0]} , {Around[91.5, 1.5], Around[42.4, 6.5]}}

ListPlot[dataHist5]