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Bill Simpson
02/12/13 8:12pm

In Response To 'Re: Re: Re: Re: Unwanted Clipping on Density Plot'
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The default is PlotRange->Automatic.

That sort of tries to do what you do by hand when you graph something and part of it goes "off to infinity" and you don't try to zoom out far enough to make sure that infinity fits on your page. Instead what you do is draw the "interesting part" and then clip the part that goes "off to infinity."

Unfortunately Mathematica does not yet have the "Do what I mean" button that understands what parts are interesting and what parts you don't want to see.

I'm glad it worked for you.

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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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