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Please don't answer this with "Just trash `PlotLegends`

" or anything like that as I have tried homebrew solutions. I keep running into problems which I can't debug as I'm not super familiar with *Mathematica*.

However, to my question: If I have a `ListPlot`

with say 6 lists, I can use `PlotLegends -> {x_1, x_2, x_3, x_4, x_5, x_6}`

to label each individual one as `x_1, ..., x_6`

. However, `x_1`

and `x_2`

(though different plots) correspond to the same data set (in the experiment I'm doing) and I have them labeled with alternating filled and empty markers (filled triangle/open triangle) and the same color.

So what I want is

x_1, x_2 with filled/empty triangle and line all colored blue

x_3, x_4 with filled/empty square and line all colored red

x_5, x_6 with filled/empty diamond and line all colored green

That is

-ftri-etri- (in blue) Set 1

-fsq-esq- (in red) Set 2

-fdi-edi- (in green) Set 3

Is there a way to make a legend that has a line with the filled AND empty marker on it, which I can label TOGETHER giving only 3 entries in the legend? If that makes sense?

Sorry if that's confusing.

Could you please post a minimal working example so people can try your code and see what is wrong. – s0rce – 2013-03-14T22:49:12.790