Re: The curvers overflow the graph

Hi Romaric,

You could also add a ScalarMap of "Frequence" to Display.SelectRange and
do a setRange(400000, 450000) on it.

Cheers,
Doug

Bill Hibbard wrote:
> 
> Hi Romaric,
> 
> > If I change the Range of Xaxis or Yaxis , its overflows on the border of 
> > the graph.
> > Is there a method to maintain the curves in the graph ?
> > I join a little very small () image to make you well understand ( you can 
> > see my problem at the bottom letf and right).
> 
> Try calling:
> 
>   display.reAutoScale();
> 
> before you change your data values, or calling:
> 
>   display.setAlwaysAutoScale(true);
> 
> at the start.
> 
> However, if you are calling setRnage() on your ScalarMaps to
> XAxis and YAxis and just want to clip the data outside the
> box, try calling setClip() on your DisplayRenderer. This
> method has different signatures for DisplayImplJ2D and
> DisplayImplJ3D - see Test34.java for DisplayImplJ2D and
> Test35.java in DisplayImplJ3D in visad/examples to see how
> to call it.
> 
> Good luck,
> Bill

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