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About MyCustomSoft MyCustomSoft is a best software development company providing a range of Windows apps and website templates. Our software development team continuously strive for excellence and deliver the most robust and easy to use software products available.Q: matplotlib: use specific plotting order for a function with multiple curves I'd like to create a sequence of plots in matplotlib. I have a function that takes multiple curves as input, and when I call it, matplotlib will order the curves appropriately. However, when I create a sequence of plots using a loop, it gives all plots the same ordering (first plot is y=x and second y=x2 and so on...). I would like matplotlib to order the curves in a specific sequence, for example, for x0, first plot should be y=x, second y=x2, and so on. I've read the python documentation but it is lacking on this issue. How can I do it? Here's a code sample of what I'm doing: import numpy as np import matplotlib.pyplot as plt def get_figure(max_x): for x in range(1,max_x+1): x0 = np.arange(x) plt.plot(x0, x0**2) return plt x = np.linspace(-10,10,100) y = x**2 fig, ax = plt.subplots() fig = get_figure(5) ax = fig.gca() ax.set_ylim(0,5) ax.set_xlim(-5,5) ax.set_aspect('equal') plt.show() A: I ended up using a list to hold all the data and then I used numpy.meshgrid to convert the list to a list of coordinates. Then, I used the coords to set the limits of the plot and then plot the data. Here's a code sample: import numpy as np import matplotlib.pyplot as plt def get_figure(max_x): fig, ax = plt.subpl