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## New answers tagged plotting

### Plotting the solution of the following equation with integral boundary conditions

sol1 = DSolveValue[Join[{E1}, ic], u, {x, 0, \[Infinity]}, {t, 0, \[Infinity]}] returns ...
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### Plotting Two ListDensityPlot3D Plots Together

Try using an "OpacityFunction" like: ...
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### Plotting Two ListDensityPlot3D Plots Together

If you plot a ConvexHullMesh for the first three points of coordPhi then the result is: ...
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### Plot labels position changed in GraphicsGrid[]

Grid work for this cases. Grid[a] or Alignment -> Top. ...
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### Plotting level sets of Hamiltonians on the product of 2 spheres

The code here only demonstrate the principle which the questionner want to plot. Since we still not able to found the faster way to draw the two regions in the two unit spheres respectively, so it is ...
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### How to make a 3d plot out of a 2d figure?

Is this what you're after? ...
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### Filippov Systems

This should be more straightforward with my EcoEvo package. First, install package (once ever): ...
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### How do I use the FindFit function to predict the function value for year 2050?

Start with NonlinearModelFit[data, a Exp[b (x - 1990)], {a, b }, x]
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### Filling a region between two straight lines

Use BoundaryStyle -> None as shown in the documentation of RegionPlot: ...
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### Filling a region between two straight lines

is this what you mean? ...
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### ContourPlot3D not producing any plots but no errors

I think it is simply that, it could not find anywhere where that 1 == t0/Sqrt[ 1 - ((2*G*M)/(r*(c)^2))] is satisfied. You can see this using this trick <...
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### Struggling with RegionFunction

Use Evaluate. ...
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### Force placed Legend into one column

You are almost there. Use a LineLegend instead. ...
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### Manipulate a list for listplot

One way of generating the list: dataA = MapAt[#[] &, fp[], {All, 2}] Or do it for fp as a whole: ...
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### Interpolation of a function from numerical data and getting plots

In the continuous case (probably using Interpolation), you could use ParametricPlot: ...
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### Manipulate a list for listplot

Do these commands produce what you want? fp2 = Map[Flatten /@ # &, fp] ListPlot[fp2[[1, All, {1, 3}]]] ListPlot[fp2[[2, All, {1, 3}]]]
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### Interpolation of a function from numerical data and getting plots

We Interpolation the two data dataF and dataG, then get the parametric form of the curve <...
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### How to separate style elements in an Epilog?

You can use braces to introduce scopes for the styles, so something like the following should work: ...
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### MeshFunctions in ParametricPlot with BSplineFunction for parameter extraction

We may create a table of {BSpline,u} and then fit a function to it. This function will then return "u" from a data pair {x,y}: With the BSpline: ...
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### How do I put the PlotLabel inside the graph?

In addition to the Epilog based solution suggested by @BobHanlon in the comments, ResourceFunction["PlotGrid"] also ...
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### MeshFunctions in ParametricPlot with BSplineFunction for parameter extraction

The effect maybe like this. ...
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### Interpolation of a function from numerical data and getting plots

Maybe you mean something like this... f[x_] := Sin[x]; g[x_] := Log[x]; Plot[{f[x], g[x]}, {x, .5, 3}, Filling -> {1 -> {2}}] EDIT To answer the question ...
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### Getting 3 points although the code describes 1 point in the plane

You can probably use RegionNearest. For example, ...
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### Stochastic process: Understanding Ornstein Uhlenbeck Process

You have different x axes. For the correlation function the x axis is 0,1,2,... And for the Table you have 0,0.1,0.2,0.3,... (Note: f is not defined, I set it to f=0.1) If we change the x axis of the ...
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### How can I place DistributionChart at desired x values?

SeedRandom; data = Table[ RandomVariate[NormalDistribution[RandomInteger, 1], 100], {3}]; A bit hacky, but these polygons are generated and translated to ...
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### Can this type of function be plotted faster using NDSolve instead of NIntegrate?

Note: This is an extended comment. This integral can be expressed in terms of the MeijerG special function: ...
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### Ternary: TernaryListPlot and DiscretizeRegion - Formatting and Error Messages

When a=0.25,b=0.25,c=0.6, some region is EmptyRegion, so DiscretizeRegion gave warning ...
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### Transforming the axes of a Contour Plot

We use ParametricPlot to draw the region {x[μ, ν], y[μ, ν]} where {ν, 0, π}, {μ, -2, 2} and ...
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### Can this type of function be plotted faster using NDSolve instead of NIntegrate?

How can I apply NDSolve to this function? Do you want to apply NDSolve or do you want to plot the integral faster? The plot can ...
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### Transforming the axes of a Contour Plot

Consider: x = Cosh[u] Cos[v]; y = Sinh[u] Sin[v]; and you see that {u,v} and {-u,-v} give the same {x,y} values. Further if v==0, +u and -u result in the same x/y ...
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### Extract data from a given nested table

As of version 10.0, FirstCase is able to be used. ...
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### How to make a plot with x axis using a tabel?

It appears your plot range is incorrect. You have no values in the specified plot y-range of dd. In:= Count[dd, .95 < x_ < 100] Out= 0 Without a ...

### Explicit length of ticks in a Plot

We may extract the absolute values for ticks using AbsoluteOptions. We may then change these options to our liking and reinsert them: We create an example plot: ...
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### How to fill a plot region with tilted lines without using HatchFilling?

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### How to plot the distance between a point moving on a line and the center of a circle

My goodness... all this code can be eliminated if you recall Pythagoras' Theorem: $d = \sqrt{h^2 + s^2}$ where $h$ is the distance from the circle's center to the nearest point on the line (call it \$...
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### How to draw intelligently a pair of crossing edges inside the exterior face of a convex quadrilateral?

This seems to work for the given three graphs. Change integer 1 in the first line of code to 1, ...
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### How to draw intelligently a pair of crossing edges inside the exterior face of a convex quadrilateral?

We may take vertices 1,2,3 and 2,3,4 as control points of a Bezier curve. Toward this aim, we extend the middle point away from the opposite point by "lam" to ensure that the curve lies in ...
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### How to plot the distance between a point moving on a line and the center of a circle

EuclideanDistance gives the distance between two points. One way to specify a point on your line is (1-t){a1,b1} + t {a2,b2} which moves between the two endpoints ...
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### Show displaying graphic behind axes in 3D plot

Thanks to Daniel Huber for the inspiration. I ended up making separate lines on either side of my Sun object as follows ...
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### How to randomly generate points in a line?

Or Graphics[ Table[Point[{tmp = RandomVariate[NormalDistribution[0, 1]], tmp}], {100}]]
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