# Tagged Questions

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### Filling a curve towards toward the top of the plot

I have a curve. If I want to color fill or shade, not towards axis but upward form the curve, what command can I use?
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### Filling the area between two curves, only where and if the second lies above the first one [duplicate]

I would like to make a filling of a plot between two curved dynamically.I have two lines depending upon parameters. They may cross one another, and may not in different domains of the parametric ...
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### Hatched Filling for ListPlot

I am plotting to data curves using ListLinePlot. I like the look of Filling, but this is going to be printed, so I want something both black and white friendly, but giving more definition and ...
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### Strange filling

I observed some strange behaviour when plotting a function with filling. The code is as follows: ...
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### Filling a curve between a line and the x-axis

I'm trying to plot the function $f(x)=\dfrac{1}{x^2}$, filling the square area from (0,0) to (1,1) with purple and filling the area under the curve from 1 to 4 with red. However, Mathematica is not ...
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### Fill below two functions.

I'm new to Mathematica and some of the filling stuff is confusing me. I don't think this should be too hard but I can't seem to get it to work. I have plotted x and -x. I want to fill below BOTH of ...
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### How to show an exclusion limit [duplicate]

I would like to show an exclusion plot, by having a filling made of parallel tilted lines. Any ideas? Something along these lines
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### Filling only part of a plot [duplicate]

I have something plotted on [-6,6] but I would like to fill only the part from [-5,5] (to the axis). I'm looking through the documentation but I'm not terribly well-versed in Mathematica and can't ...
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### How do I change a ColorFunction filling to be top-down as opposed to left-right? [duplicate]

I've been stuck on a seemingly simple Graphics issue for quite a while now... I am trying to make a temperature distribution Plot that will have a colorFunction filling to show red when at a higher ...
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### Filling between quantile ranges

Following code plots Quantiles for a GBM process. ...
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### One fill color for a curve when it is above the x-axis and another when it is below [duplicate]

I want to use a different fill for a plot when the curve goes below the x-axis than when it's above that. I tried: ...
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### Filling a curve to a vertical axis

I am preparing a figure for an article, and I would like very much to be able to fill a curve, but not under it, but to the vertical axis, i.e. to the left. Due to the meaning of the data I present, I ...
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### Filling Between Curves [duplicate]

I want to fill in the region between the curves. So far I have this: Plot[{x + 7, 9 - x^2}, {x, 0, 1.5}, Filling -> {1 -> {2}}] But I want something ...
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### Filling and Shading an Harmonic Curve

Suppose I have an equation plotted as shown: ...
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### How can I fill a curve in ParametricPlot3D?

I'd like to fill a curve in a ParametricPlot3D in the same way as I might with ListPointPlot3D; i.e., ...
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### Create filling between two trig functions

Working with trig functions, period, amplitude, etc. I found a worksheet at a calculus website, with some nice questions related to interpreting trig functions, at least, they provide some "fun" ...
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### How can I make hatching filling of plot

How can I make hatching filling of plot Like this: I use another one plot with shifting to make filled area above: ...
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### Shading between polar graphs

Since PolarPlot doesn't support Filling, what is the best way to shade or fill the a region between two polar curves? For ...
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### Can I make a plot with gradient filling?

Bloomberg has a standard plot style for its line plots in which it uses a gradient filling. Actually the way this seems to be constructed is that a gradient from the ymax to ymin is used as the ...