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Re: 2D-Plot Colorings

 You can use the Plot3D conventions, and with a little tweaking get a
reasonable-looking graph, with

hh[z_] = If[(z > .2) && (z < .4), RGBColor[0, 0, 1], RGBColor[1, 0, 0]]
Plot3D[x^2, {x, -1, 1}, {y, 0.005, .01}, ColorFunction -> hh, 
      BoxRatios -> {1, .01, 1}, ColorFunctionScaling -> False, 
    ViewPoint -> {0, -0.5, 0}, Ticks -> {Automatic, False, Automatic}, 
      Mesh -> False, Lighting -> False];

 Which has the merit of not requiring multiple plots, but would require the
viewpoint to be tailored to the problem at hand. I prefer the solutions
previously posted by David Park and DrBob, of course, but thought this might
be fun.

 Tony Harker
 Department of Physics and Astronomy
 University College London
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 WC1E  6BT
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 a.harker at

]->-----Original Message-----
]->From: Bruce Colletti [mailto:vze269bv at]
To: mathgroup at
]->Sent: 14 February 2005 03:17
]->To: mathgroup at
]->Subject: [mg54281] [mg54218] 2D-Plot Colorings
]->Re Mathematica 5.1.
]->In plotting y = x^2 over [-1,1], I want to color red those points whose
]->y-values are in [0.2, 0.4].  All others are blue.
]->Although I can do this by manipulating the FullGraphics object or by
]->displaying separate plots, is there an easier way via some Plot option?
]->ColorFunction doesn't seem to work (probably user error), and neither
]->does the Plot3D convention in which shading is co-declared with the

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