Hot answers tagged

10

There is no universal unit in Mathematica. You will need to check the documentation for each size setting. Commonly used units include: "Points" usually correspond to pixels on the screen (with Mathematica's default 72 dpi resolution) or printer's points in print. Examples: ImageSize, Offset coordinates, FontSize, etc. Sometimes, point sizes can ...


3

Use the option AspectRatio -> Automatic: Plot[{}, {x, 0, 1}, Epilog -> {Red, Circle[{.5, .5}, .5], Red, Line[{{0, .993}, {.5, .993}}], Green, Line[{{.5, .993}, {.5, .5}}]}, AspectRatio -> Automatic] More straightforward way to get the same result is to use Graphics: Graphics[{Red, Circle[{.5, .5}, .5], Red, Line[{{0, .993}, {.5, .993}...


3

I think your problems all come from insufficient working precision: somewhere, deep within the innards of ListPlot, some function is erroneously not using enough precision to differentiate your VERY similar values. Instead of using ScalingFunctions, I propose to do the rescaling manually before feeding the data to ListPlot. I concentrate on the second ...


2

If I understand the question correctly, you need to do two things - turn off ColorFunctionScaling, and then rescale your input before you feed it to your color function. You will need to do the same thing to your legend to get it to display the colors correctly in the range. rainbow[z_] := Blend[{Black, Purple, Blue, Green, Yellow, Red}, z]; d1 = Table[ ...


2

You should check out this OLD POST, but there were new developments in WL12 - function Around. So you do not need any packages anymore and can use regular plots and take advantage of such convenient options as ScalingFunctions. Format your data as: data={{13.952, Around[364.7, 36.4]}, {19.13, Around[309.11, 30.9]}, {21, Around[294.159, 29.4]}, {26.2635, ...


1

Use Around instead of ErrorBar in the new version. B = ErrorListLogPlot[{{{13.952, 364.7}, ErrorBar[36.4]}, {{19.13, 309.11}, ErrorBar[30.9]}, {{21, 294.159}, ErrorBar[29.4]}, {{26.2635, 237.26}, ErrorBar[23.7]}, {{29.0713, 191.367}, ErrorBar[19.1]}, {{32.959, 151.82}, ErrorBar[15.1]}, {{37.2786, 118.47}, ErrorBar[11....


Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible