# How does one graph indifference curves for a set of Lexicographic preferences?

Two Questions:

1. Since Lexicographic preferences are not continuous, is it still appropriate to use $\Bbb{R}^n_+$ to define my coordinate axes when drawing Lexicographic preferences? If not, what should I use instead?
2. Since the indifference sets for Lexicographic preferences are singletons, how do I draw them? What's the convention? Will a single point do?

(related to this question)

1. You can draw discontinuous functions in a standard $R^2$ space. For example when you draw a floor functions (a discontinuous function), the standard coordinates are still appropriate. Just make clear what to what part the discontinuous point belongs to. Usually, for lex. preferences, one draws only the preferred set. Here you can find a graph of this kind (page 2).