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Harald Berndt

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Re: List of x,y pairs to use with ListPlot
Posted: Aug 16, 1996 3:01 AM
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John Dobitz wrote:
> I want to take two lists, one an intended 'x' and the other an intended 'y'
> and combine them into one list so I can use them for and x, y plot with the
> ListPlot function.
> What I am trying to do is create a Dystra-Parsons plot, an oil industry
> standard. This plot is log(permeability) versus occurance on probability
> paper. I have the sorted permeability data in a list, then take the log,
> then I need to plot this list versus percent of order number.

Let l2 = {sorted permeability data in a list},
l1 = {percent of order number list (same order)}

Then make your
plotList = Transpose[{l1, l2}]
and you're done.

Harald Berndt University of California
Research Specialist Forest Products Laboratory
Phone: 510-215-4224 FAX:510-215-4299

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