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Re: nestled plotting


Perfect!

  Thanks a lot for the help guys..



hadoque



Bob Hanlon skrev:

> Use PlotRange

> 

> Plot[10x(1-x),{x,0,1},

>     Frame->True,Axes->False];

> 

> Plot[10x(1-x),{x,0,1},

>     PlotRange->{0,2},

>     Frame->True,Axes->False];

> 

> Plot[10x(1-x),{x,0,1},

>     PlotRange->{{0.05,0.95},{0,2}},

>     Frame->True,Axes->False];

> 

> 

> Bob Hanlon

> 

> ---- Johan Lans <nospam at nospam.com> wrote: 

>> Works fine. Thanks.

>>

>> A follow up question. It's easy to set xmax and xmin when plotting. Is 

>>

>> there a way to set ymax and ymin (or z in 3d)? I can't find any obvious 

>>

>> way in the help.

>>

>>

>>

>> Hadoque

>>

>>

>>

>> Norbert Marxer skrev:

>>

>>> Hello

>>> All you have to do is to insert Evaluate in front of the Table command:

>>> e.g.

>>> Plot[Evaluate@Table[Normal[Series[Sin[x], {x, 0, i}]], {i, 5}], {x,

>>> -15, 15}];

>>> Best Regards

>>> Norbert Marxer

>>> www.mec.li

>>> junk at apspektakel.com schrieb:

>>>> Hi

>>>>  I'm having this problem. I want to plot a number of maclaurin

>>>> polynomials and I want to do it like this:

>>>> Plot[Table[Normal[Series[Sin[x], {x, 0, i}]], {i, 5}], {x, -15, 15}]

>>>> This gives me a bunch of error messages. However, if I first print the

>>>> table:

>>>> Table[Normal[Series[Sin[x], {x, 0, i}]], {i, 5}]

>>>> and cut and pase this into the plot command, everything works just as I

>>>> want it. How do I get past the cut and paste step?

>>>> /Hadoque

>>

> 

> --

> 

> Bob Hanlon

> hanlonr at cox.net

> 

> 



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