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ClippingStyle

ClippingStyle
is an option for plotting functions that specifies the style of what should be drawn when curves or surfaces would extend beyond the plot range.
  • Possible settings are:
Automaticshow clipped areas using a default style
Noneleave gaps where the curve or surface would be clipped
gshow all clipped areas using graphics directive g
{gmin,gmax}use different directives for upper and lower clipped areas
  • Each directive specified should be a color directive such as RGBColor or Hue, or a named color such as Red or Blue. The directives can also include Opacity.
  • Directives can be combined using Directive[g1, g2, ...].
Use different styles for the clipped parts of a surface:
Use different styles for the clipped parts of a curve:
Use different styles at the top and bottom:
Use different styles for the clipped parts of a surface:
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Use different styles for the clipped parts of a density:
Use different styles for clipped contour regions:
Use different styles for clipped array values:
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