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Plotting different plot in a single grid frame without combining them

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I need help in complements of subsets

We could also use DeleteElements (new in 13.1) a = {{P1}, {P2, P3}}; b = {P1, P2, P3, P4}; DeleteElements[b, #] & /@ a {P2,...
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I need help in complements of subsets

You have too many braces in TTt. Note also, you should not use uppercase names, because these are used by the system. Here is working code: ...
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Different versions of Lightweight Grid and installed Mathematica

Lightweight Grid is delivered as an optional add-on to a version of Mathematica, bundled into a gridMathematica installer. However, by using the Services feature, you can get the same agent to launch ...
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Plotting different plot in a single grid frame without combining them

You can use the PlotLayout option if the $x$-axis of your plot is not changing instead of using Grid or ...
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I need help in complements of subsets

Another way to preserve the original order is to use DeleteCases and Alternatives as follows: ...
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