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Re: Listing ALL Options for a mathematica Function


Norbert Marxer wrote:
> Hello
>
> Inspecting the Code of MovieContourPlot ...
>
> MovieContourPlot[ function_, xRange_List, yRange_List,
> animationRange_List, opts___?OptionQ ] :=
> Animate[ ContourPlot[function, xRange, yRange, DisplayFunction ->
> Identity, Evaluate[FilterOptions[ContourPlot, opts]]], animationRange,
> FilterOptions[Animate, opts] ];
>
> ... shows (see FilterOptions), that you can use the options of
> ContourPlot and Animate for the function MovieContourPlot.
>
> Options[Animate] gives:
>
>     {Frames -> 24, Closed -> False}
>
> Options[ContourPlot] gives:
>
> {AspectRatio -> 1, Axes -> False, AxesLabel -> None, AxesOrigin ->
> Automatic, AxesStyle -> Automatic, Background -> Automatic,
> ColorFunction -> Automatic, ColorFunctionScaling -> True, ColorOutput
> -> Automatic, Compiled -> True, ContourLines -> True, Contours -> 10,
> ContourShading -> True, ContourSmoothing -> True, ContourStyle ->
> Automatic, DefaultColor -> Automatic, DefaultFont :> $DefaultFont,
> DisplayFunction :> $DisplayFunction, Epilog -> {}, FormatType :>
> $FormatType, Frame -> True, FrameLabel -> None, FrameStyle ->
> Automatic, FrameTicks -> Automatic, ImageSize -> Automatic, PlotLabel
> -> None, PlotPoints -> 25, PlotRange -> Automatic, PlotRegion ->
> Automatic, Prolog -> {}, RotateLabel -> True, TextStyle :> $TextStyle,
> Ticks -> Automatic}
>
> And this list contains the option "ColorFunction" you were looking for.
>
> Best Regards
> Norbert Marxer
> www.mec.li

whoa

hold on here...how did you get the original code for MovieContourPlot?
Is there a way to look at the code of the internal mathematica
functions?

mr


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