Here are some notes about how to create, change , and plot data stored by lists. Many examples come from the book *An Elementary Introduction To The Wolfram Language*.

### Make a plot of the first 10 squares, starting at 1.

`ListPlot[Range[10]^2]`

### Make a combined list of the first 5 squares and cubes (numbers raised to the power 3), sorted into order

`Sort[Join[Range[5]^2, Range[5]^3]]`

### Find the number of digits in 2^128.

`IntegerDigits[2^128]`

`Length[IntegerDigits[2^128]]`

### Find the first 10 digits in 2^100

`Take[IntegerDigits[2^100], 10]`

### Find how many zeros appear in the digits of 2^1000

`Count[ IntegerDigits[2^1000], 0]`

### Make a line plot of the sequence of digits that appear in 2^128

`IntegerDigits[2^128]`

`ListLinePlot[IntegerDigits[2^128]]`

### Use Take and Drop to get the sequence 11 through 20 from Range[100]

`Drop[Take[Range[100], 20], 10]`

### Make a list of the first 10 multiples of 3

`Range[10]*3`

### Make a pie chart of the sequence of digits that appear in 2^32.

`PieChart[IntegerDigits[2^32]]`

### Make a list of pie charts for the sequence of digits in 2^20, 2^40, 2^60

`List[PieChart[IntegerDigits[2^20]], PieChart[IntegerDigits[2^40]], PieChart[IntegerDigits[2^60]]]`