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Re: LogLinearPlot strange "features"

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  • Subject: [mg101776] Re: LogLinearPlot strange "features"
  • From: Mark K <brac71 at>
  • Date: Thu, 16 Jul 2009 08:22:41 -0400 (EDT)
  • References: <16474964.1246447235743.JavaMail.root@n11> <h2pplb$qqr$>

I have a similar issue, but with a Log Histogram (and also no
Presentations package)
I am wondering how to overlay a LogPlot onto a LogProbabilityDensity
histogram, and have the correct scaling.
I.e., if I make a "LogProbabilityDensity"-typed histogram
 (with appropriate PlotRange including Log10[{ymin, ymax}]),
then trying to plot a function on top of that using
  Epilog -> First@LogPlot[{P[x]}, {x,xmin,xmax}, PlotRange ->
{{xmin,xmax}, {ymin, ymax}}]
gives me an incorrectly scaled plot on top of the histogram.

How can I fix this?  Should making a LogPlot of a function over a Log-
histogram be so difficult?

   --Mark [mkel at risoe dot dtu dot dk]

> Thanks David. Unfortunately I don't have the Presentations package.
> My point about the out of domain message is that it seems to be a bug,
> because the values given back by mathematica *are* in the interpolating
> function domain.
> Sure I can Quiet it (and this is what I do).
> --
> Thanks,
> Fred.

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