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Plot, Log Plot, and Beyond
Mathematica
can plot data in a variety of ways. Eight different plot types are demonstrated here. For some functions, such as
a log plot is more meaningful than a plot. Hover over a plot to see its
Mathematica
name.
Contributed by:
Ed Pegg Jr
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Plot, Log Plot, and Beyond
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Contributed by:
Ed Pegg Jr
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