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Re: mma too smart to print?

  • To: MATHGROUP at yoda.physics.unc.edu (Mathematica Discussion Group)
  • Subject: Re: mma too smart to print?
  • From: Ross_Moore at mac-mpce-services.mpce.mq.edu.au (Ross Moore)
  • Date: Thu, 26 Nov 1992 14:33:18 +1000

        Reply to:   RE>mma too smart to print?
 In answer to  jcao ...

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but mma somehow omits the part near the origin I specified. Why?
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To prevent this happening, all you need to do is include the option:
PlotRange->All

ParametricPlot[
 {  tp1
  , (tp1 (xp2-tp1+x1+x2)/2)/.{xp2->1/3, x2->3/4, x1->1/4}}
  , {tp1, 0, (xp2+x2-x1)/.{xp2->1/3, x2->3/4, x1->1/4}
 }
 , AxesOrigin->{0, 0}
 , Ticks->Automatic
 , AspectRatio->Automatic
 , PlotRange->All
]

As to why this is necessary... 
...well Mma doesn't think the graph is terribly interesting near the origin,
even though presumably you do.   :-)

I will leave it to someone from WRI for a more technical answer.


Ross Moore







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