How to plot multi circles with different color

Fabric curtains for your living room
The living room is an extremely important place, this is not just a place for guests to interact with friends. It’s also a place where the family gathers and watches TV together, so the interior design as well as the choice of fabric curtains are extremely important. Useful for you

1.Material commonly used to make living room curtains.
Living room curtains are usually designed and made from many materials such as wood, fabric, plastic, aluminum … But we recommend that you choose the curtain material is the fabric to use in the living room. Because the fabric material will create a cozy, softer feel besides that fabric is easy to combine with the interior of the house.
The living room is a place to welcome guests, when entering will have the overall view and the most general assessment of the entire architecture of the house as well as the owner’s aesthetic.
A living room expresses the class, really creates an impression and the new look is definitely indispensable for a high-class fabric curtain.
2.The effect of curtain fabric on the living room

Curtain fabric has an extremely important role that is undeniable: able to block sunlight, block light from outside to the room to help the room temperature be stable, keep the room from being hot , stuffy, in the summer days, besides the winter curtain fabric also helps the room to avoid the cold breeze blowing in. Especially for families with the elderly and young children, the use of fabric curtains for living room is very reasonable.
In addition, the fabric curtain in the living room also gives your family a relaxing moment together, curtains help prevent noise from outside to keep the privacy and warmth of your family.
The curtain also prevents dust from coming into the room, preventing the entry of mosquitoes. Protect your family in the most perfect way.

Hi Tung,

Welcome to the forum!

I don’t know what that skymap should look like - most of us are high energy physicists. Can you link an example?

Cheers, Axel.

A very similar request showed up last week on the forum. It was not you who wanted this functionality but the plot wanted was the same: mass mapped on color and size on distance. The plot requested was a 2D one. TGraph2D does not provide this kind of plot. You will need to create yourself the code doing this mappings. You can consider using polymarkers instead of ellipses. It will be simpler. In which kind of object are stored your data ?

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