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RE: Thickness of ContourPlot[]

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  • Subject: [mg12700] RE: [mg12679] Thickness of ContourPlot[]
  • From: Ersek_Ted%PAX1A at
  • Date: Wed, 3 Jun 1998 02:20:53 -0400
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at

Rob Peterson wrote:
|From: "robpeterson" at PMDF@PAXMB1 To: mathgroup at
|To: ersek ted; "mathgroup" at PMDF@PAXMB1 |Subject: [mg12700] [mg12679]
Thickness of ContourPlot[] lin |Date: Monday, June 01, 1998 11:58PM |
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|I haven't yet stumbled into how to make ContourPlot lines any thicker.
|Thickness isn't a option for the command and I can seem to find any
|graphics primitive that it will take. |
|Any help will be appreciated; these contour lines are too thin to copy!

Check the available options.


{AspectRatio -> 1, Axes -> False,
  AxesLabel -> None, AxesOrigin -> Automatic,
  AxesStyle -> Automatic, Background -> Automatic,
  ColorFunction -> Automatic,
  ColorOutput -> Automatic, Compiled -> True,
  ContourLines -> True, Contours -> 10,
  ContourShading -> True, ContourSmoothing -> True,
  ContourStyle -> Automatic,
  DefaultColor -> Automatic, Epilog -> {},
  Frame -> True, FrameLabel -> None,
  FrameStyle -> Automatic, FrameTicks -> Automatic,
  ImageSize -> Automatic, PlotLabel -> None,
  PlotPoints -> 15, PlotRange -> Automatic,
  PlotRegion -> Automatic, Prolog -> {},
  RotateLabel -> True, Ticks -> Automatic,
  DefaultFont :> $DefaultFont,
  DisplayFunction :> $DisplayFunction,
  FormatType :> $FormatType,
  TextStyle :> $TextStyle}

You want ContourStyle.


(* Graphic not shown. *)

 -ContourGraphics -

You could the following line so it will work that way automatically.


Ted Ersek

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