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

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set colours for different parts of a piecewise function's graph [duplicate]

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Plotting piecewise functions with distinct colors - issue found [duplicate]

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Proper way to Plot a single function in two different styles?

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How do you plot the same function with different options over different intervals?

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How do I plot a function over a subset of the displayed interval?

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Increasing the thickness of minimum of two curves while keeping their coloring the same

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Plotting the components of a function that returns a list in different colors without redundant evaluations of the function

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Plotting multiple parametric functions with different intervals

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