# [✓] Plot all points with Show[ListPlot[data]]?

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 I have not been using Mathematica for some time. I did quite complex things in the past. But today I met a trivial one.  data = { {22.74, 26.45}, {22.91, 26.95}, {23.08, 29.20}, {23.13, 27.19}, {23.25, 26.60} }; Show[ListPlot[data]] How many point do you account on the plot ? I see only 4 points. Now pls do (I update the y of the 3rd number): data = { {22.74, 26.45}, {22.91, 26.95}, {23.08, 29.00}, {23.13, 27.19}, {23.25, 26.60} }; Show[ListPlot[data]] In this case I see 5 points, the 3rd appears !!Please let me again thrust this language.
11 months ago
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 Marco Thiel 2 Votes Dear Ettore,I cannot reproduce that problem. data = {{22.74, 26.45}, {22.91, 26.95}, {23.08, 29.20}, {23.13, 27.19}, {23.25, 26.60}}; Show[ListPlot[data]] givesand I see all five points. Cheers,MarcoPS: What's your OS and MMA version? You might want to try the PlotRange option: Show[ListPlot[data,PlotRange->All]] 
11 months ago
 I see (on my system Mma 7) 5 points with both inputs.What about ListPlot[data, PlotRange -> {{22.5, 23.5}, {26, 30}}, PlotStyle -> PointSize[.03]] 
 Is there any chance that Show[ListPlot[data], PlotRange -> All] might make your problem go away?