Changing symbols on the fly

I have a look like this:

for i,_ in enumerate(myRunObject.results[0]):
    pylab.plot(x, counts[i])

That will plot a bunch of curves and I would like the point style to change as well as the colour (which changes automatically). Is there a nice way to do this? The only idea I had was to make a list of the possible point styles that I like and grab a point style from that list according to the index = mod(i, len(listOfPointStyles))

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David Grant
http://www.davidgrant.ca

i've gone something similar using separate masked arrays on my data set,
see
http://www.scipy.org/Cookbook/Matplotlib/Plotting_values_with_masked_arrays, for how to do this.

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On Thu, 2006-08-10 at 15:40 -0700, David Grant wrote:

I have a look like this:

    for i,_ in enumerate(myRunObject.results[0]):
        pylab.plot(x, counts[i])

That will plot a bunch of curves and I would like the point style to
change as well as the colour (which changes automatically). Is there a
nice way to do this? The only idea I had was to make a list of the
possible point styles that I like and grab a point style from that
list according to the index = mod(i, len(listOfPointStyles))

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