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Questions on creating visualizations from functions or data using high-level constructors such as Plot, ListPlot, Histogram, etc.

With the data data1={{0,0},{1,0},{2,0},{3,0},{4,0},{5,0},{6,0},{7,1},{8,4},{9,6},{10,4},{11,5},{12,4},{13,6},{14,11},{15,6},{16,9},{17,15},{18,18},{19,24},{20,5},{21,9},{22,8},{23,15},{24,12},{25,12} …
answered Aug 6 '14 by Karsten 7.
Plot[Sin[x], {x, 0, 10}, Prolog -> Inset[First@ImportString@ExportString[︸, "PDF"], {2 Pi - 0.05, 0}, Left, {Pi + 0.15, 2}]]
answered Nov 28 '14 by Karsten 7.
Ph = 0.5; Ntot = 10; ListPlot[Table[{Nh, Ph^(Nh)*(1 - Ph)^(Ntot - Nh)*Ntot!/((Nh!*(10 - Nh)!))}, {Nh, 0, 10}]] or ListPlot[ Table[Ph^(Nh)*(1 - Ph)^(Ntot - Nh)*Ntot!/((Nh!*(10 - Nh)!)), {Nh, 0, 1 …
answered Sep 22 '16 by Karsten 7.
The documentation for ScalingFunctions doesn't reveal it, but it can also be used for ListPlot. There is only one difference compared to the examples in the documentation, it has to be used as an opti …
answered Oct 22 '15 by Karsten 7.
I'll use a Blend that is specified at three values, but you could use more. With[{ blend := Blend[{{MinValue[{y - x^2, -5 < x < 5 && -5 < y < 5}, {x, y}], Red}, {0, Black}, {Ma …
answered Jul 14 '15 by Karsten 7.
Try DensityPlot[Sin[Pi*x - Pi], {x, -4, 4}, {y, -3, 3}, ImageSize -> {1500, 500}, AspectRatio -> Full, ColorFunction -> "GrayTones", Mesh -> 30] or DensityPlot[Sin[Pi*x - Pi], {x, -4, 4}, {y, …
answered Aug 15 '16 by Karsten 7.
ListPlot[RandomReal[{-6, 6}, 20], AxesOrigin -> {30, 0}, PlotRange -> {-2 Pi, 2 Pi}, DataRange -> {30, 50}] Or ListPlot[Transpose[{Range[30, 49], RandomReal[{-6, 6}, 20]}], AxesOrigin -> {30, …
answered Nov 20 '15 by Karsten 7.
The fact that your plot doesn't show "too high" values isn't specific to LogPlot, has nothing to do with the PlotRange you specified and also isn't due to the values being "too high". It is the result …
answered Jul 8 '15 by Karsten 7.
You can find the reason why the plot is empty in one of your comments. {{30., 5.2/Sqrt["462"]}, {29.3, 3.9/Sqrt["4"]}, {27.2, 8.2/Sqrt["80"]}} The arguments for the Sqrt functions are stings of …
answered Mar 17 '15 by Karsten 7.
With a list of your functions functions = {P1[d, V, A], P2[d, V, A], P3[d, V, A], P4[d, V, A], P5[d, V, A], P6[d, V, A]}; you can create a list of all combinations using And @@ # & /@ MapIndexed[D …
answered Aug 26 '14 by Karsten 7.
You can use Labeled to add letters outside the margins of your figures. E.g.: plot = Labeled[Framed@Plot[Sin[x], {x, 0, 5}], "A", {{Left, Top}}] histo = Labeled[Histogram[RandomVariate[Normal …
answered Oct 16 '14 by Karsten 7.
If you consider a DensityPlot of two functions to be similar to a Plot3D of two functions viewed from the top, then DensityPlot[ Max[ψ[-500, -500], ψ[500, 500]], {x, -1000, 1000}, {y, -1000, 1000}, …
answered Mar 23 '17 by Karsten 7.
The first answer to the possible duplicate doesn't seem to work under version 10.1. Therefore here is some similar code, that does work: prjs = {prj1, prj2, prj3} = RandomReal[#, 100] & /@ {1, 2, 3}; …
answered Jun 17 '15 by Karsten 7.
Exporting the points used by Plot Export["Asun.mat", InputForm[ Plot[sol[[1, 14]], {t, 19, 20}, PlotPoints -> 2500, PlotRange -> All]][[1, 1, 1, 3, 2, 1]]] should export all the points sh …
answered Jun 30 '15 by Karsten 7.
You can add the options InterpolationOrder -> 2 and PlotRange -> {0.1, 110} to your ListLogLinearPlot. As all your data points start at 0, you have to remove these using Rest. ListLogLinearPlot[{Res …
answered Jul 3 '15 by Karsten 7.

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