This is documentation for Mathematica 7, which was
based on an earlier version of the Wolfram Language.
 Data Visualization Using a host of original algorithms developed at Wolfram Research, Mathematica provides powerful functions that automate the process of creating cognitively and aesthetically compelling representations of structured and unstructured data—not only for points, lines and surfaces, but also for graphs and networks. ListPlot — plot lists of points ListLinePlot — plot lines through lists of points      ListPlot3D — 3D plot from lists of 3D height data ListPointPlot3D — 3D point scatter plot      ListContourPlot, ListDensityPlot — contour and density plots from height values ListContourPlot3D — 3D contour surfaces from 3D field values      ListCurvePathPlot, ListSurfacePlot3D — reconstruct curves and surfaces from points      ArrayPlot — plot an array of values or colors ReliefPlot — plot an array with simulated relief MatrixPlot — plot values in a matrix      DateListPlot, DateListLogPlot — date and time plots      Histogram, Histogram3D — create histograms, log histograms, etc.           Graph Visualization GraphPlot — lay out a general graph LayeredGraphPlot — draw a graph in a layered or hierarchical way TreePlot — draw a tree structure           TUTORIALS Graph Drawing MORE ABOUT Graphics Options & Styling Function Visualization Charting & Information Visualization Plot Legends Package Statistical Plots Package Plotting with Error Bars Sound and Sonification Statistics RELATED LINKS Demonstrations related to Data Visualization (The Wolfram Demonstrations Project) How to: Create Plots How to: Customize Plots and Graphics