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ColorFunctionScaling

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ColorFunctionScaling
is an option for graphics functions which specifies whether arguments supplied to a color function should be scaled to lie between 0 and 1.
  • The usual default setting is ColorFunctionScaling->True.
  • With ColorFunctionScaling->False original unscaled values are fed to the color function.
  • ColorFunctionScaling->{s1, s2, ...} takes si to specify whether to scale argument i of the color function.
  • Scaling is done so as to make the minimum and maximum values displayed with the current setting for PlotRange be 0 and 1.
Parameters to ColorFunction are normally scaled to be between 0 and 1:
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Use unscaled coordinates:
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