Create a line plot with 1,000 data points, add asterisk markers, and use the MarkerIndices attribute to control the marker placements. Set the property to the data point indices where you wish marks to appear. Starting with the initial data point, place a marking every tenth data point.
To plot the equation, first define the independent variables in the equation, then find the value of the dependent variable, and finally draw the equation with the plot() function using these values.
Create a two-dimensional line plot using the line style, line color, and marker type you choose. To separate numerous lines or to emphasize certain data points, add markers to a line plot. Create a plot with confidence boundaries by drawing the confidence bounds with the fill function and the data points with the plot function.
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