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# ListPlot

 ListPlot[{y1, y2, ...}]plots points corresponding to a list of values, assumed to correspond to x coordinates 1, 2, .... ListPlot[{{x1, y1}, {x2, y2}, ...}]plots a list of points with specified x and y coordinates. ListPlot[{list1, list2, ...}]plots several lists of points.
• ListPlot has the same options as Graphics, with the following additions and changes:
 AspectRatio 1/GoldenRatio ratio of height to width Axes True whether to draw axes DataRange Automatic the range of x values to assume for data Filling None how to fill in stems for each point FillingStyle Automatic style to use for filling Joined False whether to join points PlotMarkers None markers to use to indicate each point PlotRange Automatic range of values to include PlotRangeClipping True whether to clip at the plot range PlotStyle Automatic graphics directives to determine styles of points
• ListPlot[{list1, list2, ...}] by default uses different colors to indicate points from different listi.
• Tooltip[yi] or Tooltip[{xi, yi}] indicates that the coordinates of a point should be displayed in its tooltip.
• Tooltip[list] specifies that coordinate tooltips should be displayed for all points in the list.
• Tooltip[list, label] gives the specified tooltip label for all points in list.
• ListPlot[{list1, list2, ...}, Joined->{s1, s2, ...}] gives specifications si for whether to join the points in each of the listi.
• ListPlot[{list1, list2, ...}] by default takes the x coordinates for successive points in each of the listi to be successive integers starting at 1.
• The setting DataRange->{xmin, xmax} specifies other ranges of x coordinates to use, with xmax being associated with the last element in the longest of the listi.
• With the default setting , ListPlot[{{a11, a12}, ..., {an1, an2}}] will be taken to give x and y values for n separate points, rather than y values for n separate datasets each containing two points.
• With the setting PlotStyle->{style1, style2, ...} the stylei are used cyclically to determine the styles of points in each of the listi.
Plot a list of values:
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Plot a list of pairs:
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Plot several datasets:
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