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

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I'm working with an array of plots. I'd like to change the color and the legend for each of the plots in my array. For example, working with 10 plots: I generate the empty array of plots allplots = …
asked Jul 1 '18 by Guillermo Martínez Somonte
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I'm trying to plot multiple plots in just one. I need to have small markers inside the plot, but in the legend it would be more convenient to have bigger markers. I'm trying to change LegendMarkerSi …
asked Apr 27 '18 by Guillermo Martínez Somonte
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I'm trying to change the marker size on the legend of a figure. Simply: x = {1, 5, 10}; y = {1, 7, 31}; xy = Transpose@{x , y}; ListLogLogPlot[xy, PlotLegends -> {"hey", LegendMarkerSize -> 0.6}] …
asked Jul 2 '18 by Guillermo Martínez Somonte
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I'm working with a ListPlot of several points. I'd like to plot the points with a gradient of colors (for example, from blue to red) following their position in the x-axes. For example: x = {0,1,2 …
asked Jun 27 '18 by Guillermo Martínez Somonte
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respective axis. Close the top and right side with a grid. Put the plot name at the top of the plot Include the legend inside the plot itself These are the plotting options I'm using now …
asked Jul 6 '18 by Guillermo Martínez Somonte