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Stefano
05/30/10 11:59pm

Hello,

When I plot this simple hyperbolical function the mesh (or surface) colouring get fragmented.

Plot3D[-2.38732*10^-9/Sqrt[x^2 + y^2], {x, - 10^-4, 10^-4}, {y, - 10^-4, 10^-4},
PlotRange -> {-2 10^-4, 0}, BoxRatios -> Automatic, PlotPoints -> 50]

It's a problem of scale I believe. Because I plot such a narrow range something goes wrong in the colouring, and just a small portion of few mesh cell actually are coloured, whereas most of it is trasparent just like I set PlotStyle -> None.
Check the attachment.
Is there a way to change the colouring range/scale? I couldn't find a way in the option help.

Thanks


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plot3D surface colour get fragmented at small s... Stefano 05/30/10 11:59pm
Re: plot3D surface colour get fragmented at sma... Bill 06/02/10 7:07pm
Re: plot3D surface colour get fragmented at sma... yehuda ben-s... 06/03/10 05:36am
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