Re: Re: FilledPlot: Curves->Back option and Epilog not working?

*To*: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net*Subject*: [mg56914] Re: [mg56884] Re: [mg56861] FilledPlot: Curves->Back option and Epilog not working?*From*: Chris Chiasson <chris.chiasson at gmail.com>*Date*: Tue, 10 May 2005 03:42:15 -0400 (EDT)*References*: <200505090546.BAA13819@smc.vnet.net>*Reply-to*: Chris Chiasson <chris.chiasson at gmail.com>*Sender*: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Good call on absolute options. That could be very convenient, especially in combination with MapThread. On 5/9/05, Bob Hanlon <hanlonr at cox.net> wrote: > $Version > > 5.1 for Mac OS X (January 27, 2005) > > Needs["Graphics`"]; > > Options[FilledPlot,Curves] > > {Curves -> Back} > > Curves->Back is the default. Compare > > FilledPlot[{Sin[x],Cos[x],x^2/18},{x,0,2 Pi}]; > > FilledPlot[{Sin[x],Cos[x],x^2/18},{x,0,2 Pi}, > Curves->Front]; > > Use Epilog in the DisplayTogether or with the Show > > DisplayTogether[ > plt1=FilledPlot[x^2/18,{x,0,2 Pi}], > plt2=FilledPlot[{Sin[x],Cos[x]},{x,0,2 Pi}], > Epilog->Text["This is the epilog",{2,1.5}]]; > > Show[plt1,plt2, > DisplayFunction->$DisplayFunction, > Epilog->Text["This is the epilog",{2,1.5}]]; > > Or carry the Epilog forward using AbsoluteOptions > > DisplayTogether[ > plt1=FilledPlot[x^2/18,{x,0,2 Pi}, > Epilog->Text["This is the epilog 1",{2,1.5}]], > plt2=FilledPlot[{Sin[x],Cos[x]},{x,0,2 Pi}, > Epilog->Text["This is the epilog 2",{2,2}]], > Epilog->{Epilog/.AbsoluteOptions[plt1], > Epilog/.AbsoluteOptions[plt2]}]; > > Show[plt1,plt2, > DisplayFunction->$DisplayFunction, > Epilog->{Epilog/.AbsoluteOptions[plt1], > Epilog/.AbsoluteOptions[plt2]}]; > > Bob Hanlon > > > > > From: AES <siegman at stanford.edu> To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net > > Date: 2005/05/08 Sun AM 02:10:12 EDT > > Subject: [mg56914] [mg56884] [mg56861] FilledPlot: Curves->Back option and Epilog not > working? > > > > I have a module that makes a filled plot. I use it to make two (or > > more) displaced filled plots, then Show these plots (code below). > > > > Everything works as expected, with two problems: > > > > * The Curves->Back option never works. > > > > * An additional line generated by an Epilog in the module only appears > > in the final test plot. > > > > I'm beginning to realize that when multiple plots each having an Epilog > > are combined using Show or DisplayTogether, only the *final* Epilog gets > > executed. Throwing in "Evaluates" at various stages in the process > > doesn't seem to get around this. > > > > If this is true, maybe the description of Epilog in the online Help > > should say this? (Especially since it seems an intuitively *non*obvious > > way for Epilog to behave -- shouldn't the stuff created by Epilog in a > > Plot command become part of the plot once the plot command has been > > executed?) > > > > I don't have a clue why Curves->Back doesn't work anywhere or any way > > I've tried it (including changing Front to Back in the online Help > > example). > > > > > > wavePlot[<args>] := Module[{}, > > <expressions>, > > FilledPlot[ <plot stuff> , > > Curves -> Back, > > Epilog -> {Line[ <line stuff> ]}, > > DisplayFunction -> Identity]]; > > > > <set all the args>; > > > > testPlot1 = wavePlot[ <args> ]; > > > > <reset all the args>; > > > > testPlot2 = wavePlot[ <args> ]; > > > > Show[testPlot1, testPlot2, > > DisplayFunction -> $DisplayFunction, > > PlotRange -> All]; > > > > > > -- Chris Chiasson http://chrischiasson.com/ 1 (810) 265-3161

**References**:**Re: FilledPlot: Curves->Back option and Epilog not working?***From:*Bob Hanlon <hanlonr@cox.net>