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Question about PlotRange

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  • Subject: [mg129475] Question about PlotRange
  • From: James Stein <james at stein.org>
  • Date: Wed, 16 Jan 2013 01:42:24 -0500 (EST)
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I am mystified by the two charts produced by this expression:

Table [
 ListPlot [ Table [ x, { x, -.13, .13, .01 } ] ,
  Axes -> True,
  Filling -> 0,
  FillingStyle -> { Red, Darker [ Green ] } ,
  PlotRange -> { Automatic, yRange }
  ] , { yRange,  { Full, { -0.1, 0.06} } } ]

If 'PlotRange' allows 'Full' for the y-axis, all data is plotted as
expected, but
if 'PlotRange' restricts extreme values of y, *some* extreme values
have vanished,
but *not* the *most* extreme values.

My desire is for all 27 values to appear on the second chart.
(In more realistic situations, the visual 'Filling' is important.)
How is this to be achieved?



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