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How to plot data with different colors (or symbols) depending on a condition [duplicate]

Let's consider a simple example. I want to plot a function on [0;2], depending on a condition: if x<1, I want to plot ...
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set colours for different parts of a piecewise function's graph [duplicate]

I would like to create a graph of the piecewise function $f(x) = \begin{cases} x + 2, & x < -1 \\ x^2, & -1 \leq x \leq 2 \\ 3, & x > 2\end{cases}$ where the changes in the ...
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Plotting piecewise functions with distinct colors - issue found [duplicate]

I've been making use of the following thread: Plotting piecewise function with distinct colors in each section A handy feature I found there goes as follows: ...
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Mathematica Destructuring

Context I'm writing a function that look something like: ...
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All curves in plot have the same style. Cannot be fixed with Evaluate[]

Usually, when I plot multiple curves in Mathematica Plot[{x,x^2,x^3},{x,0,1}] they are given different colors. However, if I try to construct a list inside the <...
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Proper way to Plot a single function in two different styles?

I've got this code ...
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How do you plot the same function with different options over different intervals?

Here is the motivation for my question. I want to plot Sin[x] over the interval 0 to 2 π, ...
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Plot the minimum of a list of functions

This is my first question on any stack-exchange site and I'm also very new to using Mathematica software so please excuse/correct me if I mess up. I would like to take a list of functions of a single ...
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How do I plot a function over a subset of the displayed interval?

I want to plot f1[x] over 0 < x < L/2 and f2[x] over ...
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Increasing the thickness of minimum of two curves while keeping their coloring the same

Let's say I am plotting Plot[{Sin[x], Cos[x]}, {x, 0, 2 π}, PlotStyle -> {Thickness[0.01], Thickness[0.01]}] I want to keep the same colors for the two ...
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Plotting the components of a function that returns a list in different colors without redundant evaluations of the function

I have a function f which takes a number as input, and returns a list of numbers (the length of the list is constant). f is hard ...
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Plotting two functions in one graph, with different value ranges [closed]

Plot[2x, {x,0,4}]; Plot[x^2, {x,4,8}]; How do I merge these two graphs into one?
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Plotting multiple parametric functions with different intervals

I want to make a parametric plot like this: ParametricPlot[{{2 t, -10 t^2}, {t, 2 t}}, {t, 0, 2}] I have tried the following but it doesn't work: ...
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Plotting piecewise functions

I have a list of N functions called functionList. N can be any number. Also, I have a list ...
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Multiple curves plotted with different colours [duplicate]

I am trying to use ColorFunction for 2 functions on the same plot. I only want the cubic equation to change colour. ...
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