No boundary is used by default:

Use a red boundary around the edges of the surface:

BoundaryStyle applies where there are jumps in the surface:

Clipped regions are not shown by default:

Color clipped regions like the rest of the density:

Use pink to fill the clipped regions:

Use light red where the surface is clipped above and pink below:

Color by scaled

coordinate:

Specify graylevel intensity by scaled

coordinate:

Named color gradients color in the

direction:

Use brightness to correspond to the height or density of a function:

Use the interpolation between two colors to indicate the height or density of a function:

Get the natural range of values by setting

ColorFunctionScaling to

False:

Arrays of height values are displayed against the number of elements in each direction:

Rescale to the sampling space:

Triples are interpreted as

,

,

coordinates:

Force interpretation as arrays of height values:

The dataset is normally interpreted as a list of

,

,

triples:

Densities are normally blended across polygons:

Use zero-order or piecewise constant interpolation:

Use third-order spline interpolation to fit the data:

Interpolation order 0 to 5:

For irregular data, zero-order interpolation gives Voronoi regions for each point:

ListDensityPlot normally uses all the points in the dataset:

Limit the number of points used in each direction:

MaxPlotPoints imposes a regular grid on irregular data:

The grid does not extend beyond the convex hull of the original data:

No mesh is used by default:

Show the initial and final sampling mesh:

The entire mesh for irregular data is a Delaunay triangulation:

Use 5 mesh lines in each direction:

Use 3 mesh lines in the

direction and 6 mesh lines in the

direction:

Use mesh lines at specific values:

Use different styles for different mesh lines:

Use the

value as the mesh function, giving a continuously colored contour plot:

Use mesh lines in the

and

directions:

Show where the real and imaginary parts of a function are constant over the complex plane:

Mesh lines are partially transparent by default:

Use red mesh lines:

Use red mesh lines in the

direction and dashed mesh lines in the

direction:

Generate a higher-quality plot:

Emphasize performance, possibly at the cost of quality:

Automatically compute the

range and clip extreme portions of it:

Use all points to compute the range:

Plot over a region in

:

The region depends on

DataRange:

Regions do not have to be connected:

Use any logical combination of conditions:

ListDensityPlot usually colors the density using a color function:

Specify random colors for each vertex: