How does Mathematica create a graph from a 100000 elements vector (or a function that outputs that values)?
Does it plot some and reject others? plot all on top of each other? How can I change this behaviour?
How could I crate a graph where for every interval I could see the max and min values, as in the trading "bar" charts?
(or any other idea to visualize that much info without needing to previously calculate intervals, mins and maxs myself)
How could I create a large "horizontally scrolleable" plot?
For example I want to plot the first 100000 values of the iteration of zz = Mod[zz^2+1, nn] initializing zz=1, nn = NextPrime[10^7]
The x axis would be just the iteration number.