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Re: Feature idea (may already be there)

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  • From: Dan <dflatin at>
  • Date: Thu, 11 Aug 2011 05:13:38 -0400 (EDT)
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Szabolcs Horvat posted a very nice function for just this purpose a
while back:

I have it in my toolbox.

On Jul 30, 6:06 am, "McHale, Paul" <Paul.McH... at> wrote:
> I often have trouble viewing large amounts of data.  Especially when I want to zoom in on a feature.  The only way I know to do it is Manipulate[] or Plot[] with manually chosen limits.  Is there another way to pan and zoom on a plot?  It would also be great if we could view these settings and pass them to Plot[] as a parameter to achieve similar results in subsequent executions of Plot[].
> Of course, this assumes that this would also be applied to ListPlot*, Plot*...
> Thanks,
> Paul
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