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How to adjust the legend of a graph in this case?

Asked by R7 DR
on 4 Aug 2015
Latest activity Edited by R7 DR
on 4 Aug 2015
Hi
In the below image each line has 3 segments which are represented with 3 colors. Lines are represented with *, - and + for 1st, 2nd and 3rd respectively. The problem is that in legend it is showing only one symbol with varying color which is not true in this case. In the legend, I want to show the corresponding symbol without color.
Please suggest me the code
figure
axes('FontSize', 20);
xlabel('1/T');ylabel('ln(g({\alpha})/T^{2}');title('@20^{0}C');
line_fewer_markers(T_3,O1_3,10,'-g*')
line_fewer_markers(T_6,O1_6,10,'-k*')
line_fewer_markers(T_8,O1_8,5,'-r*')
line_fewer_markers(T_3,O2_3,10,'-g-')
line_fewer_markers(T_6,O2_6,10,'-k-')
line_fewer_markers(T_8,O2_8,5,'-r-')
line_fewer_markers(T_3,O3_3,10,'-g+')
line_fewer_markers(T_6,O3_6,10,'-k+')
line_fewer_markers(T_8,O3_8,5,'-r+')
legend(' 1st ','2nd', '3rd')
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Thanks

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