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Plotting two functions in one graph [duplicate]

Plot[2x, {x,0,4}] Plot[x^2, {x,10,12}] How do I merge these two graphs into one graph without the range {4,10}?
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Axis break in Mathematica [duplicate]

I'm looking for a way to make a plot similar to the one I've sketched. So far all I've found is this discussion, which mostly uses Grid. I want the second part of ...
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Multiple ranges in one plot [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: 1 Plot, 2 Scale/Axis Generating a broken or snipped axis in ListPlot I have data in several ranges which I, when I plot together, is not very useful. I was thinking about ...
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How to scale a plot to show that equations are not constant? [duplicate]

I am plotting three equation Plot[{x/100, x/80, (5 (400 + x))/10000}, {x, 0, 1}] for $0\leq x\leq 1$ The problem is that the plot shows these equation as if ...
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Omit part of a 2D plot [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Generating a broken or snipped axis in ListPlot I am interested in removing a part of my plot, after searching around I could not find any questions concerning this problem. ...
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Custom plot range cropping [duplicate]

I'd like to plot two functions, say, Plot[{1 + Sin[x]/4, 10 + Cos[x]/4}, {x, 0, 10}, Frame -> True] Since their amplitudes are really small, I'd like to crop ...
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How to remove part of a plot range between the data? [duplicate]

Is there a way to manipulate a plot range to be non continuous? I mean, I have some data that goes from x=18;;25 and then x=45;;50. I want to plot the in the same ListPlot, but if I do so there's a ...
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1 Plot, 2 Scale/Axis

I would like to plot those two datasets on top of each other. But they have very different range on the $y$ axis. How can I have two different axis? I found the following on the help menu but quite ...
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Do I have to code each case of this Grid full of plots separately?

I have written some custom functions to draw multi-panel graphs like this one: It's done by passing a matrix of (custom) plotting functions to a MultiPanelGraph ...
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Retrieving the ImagePadding in absolute units

Consider the following graphic: g = Graphics[Circle[], Frame -> True, FrameLabel -> {"one", "two"}] Retrieving the ...
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Switch from logarithmic to linear scaling partway along a plot's axis

In the 2015 Planck satellite results, they give the latest plot of the temperature power spectrum of the cosmic microwave background, which I show below. (I am only interested in the main plot; you ...
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Vertically aligning two separate plots

How do I vertically align plots so that the two plots are displayed in a way that lines up with respect to the axes? The code I have so far is: ...
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How to make a plot on top of other plot?

I want to plot two functions. One should appear on top of the other. The x axis has the same values for both functions, but should appear twice (the second- upper I want to be dashed). y axis should ...
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How to break the x axis of a plot?

I have the following data from which I get an interpolation: ...
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How do I change the scale on a plot so different parts of the axis are on different scales?

I have to make a simple plot using the Plot function. However on the $x$ axis I want the scale to be such that it initially shows a zoom up of $0$ to $1$, and then ...
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