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Carly
02/11/13 11:41am

I have a function that I am trying to plot using DensityPlot. The function is finite over all space. However, the DensityPlot that Mathematica creates clips sections. In the figure, the middle bottom is clipped out. But I have plotted the function at x = 0, which is a slice of the plot directly in the middle through the clipped area, and the function is defined and continuous through the "clipped" section. Furthermore, I get the same result when I create a Table using my function, and then use ListDensityPlot, even though again, all the numbers are finite. I have played with many of the settings including but not limited to: ColorFunctionScaling, MaxRecursion, and PlotPoints. The only thing that seems to affect it is when I change my range, the clipped area disappears or changes in size. I would greatly appreciate any feedback on this issue.

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Unwanted Clipping on Density Plot Carly 02/11/13 11:41am
Re: Unwanted Clipping on Density Plot Bill Simpson 02/11/13 4:12pm
Re: Re: Unwanted Clipping on Density Plot carly 02/11/13 8:56pm
Re: Re: Re: Unwanted Clipping on Density Plot Bill Simpson 02/12/13 12:48pm
Re: Re: Re: Re: Unwanted Clipping on Density Plot Carly 02/12/13 6:22pm
Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Unwanted Clipping on Densit... Bill Simpson 02/12/13 8:12pm
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