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Plotting a 3D list causes kernel to crash if x and y axes have vastly different scales
I have access to two versions of Mathematica, version 7.0.1 on Linux and version 8 on Windows. When I try the following two lines on version 7, the kernel quits when it tries to plot. In version 8 ...
Feb 7 '13 at 17:55
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