I am trying to "fill to the axis" in a LogLinearPlot a function that has negative values, but I get the same filling as if I use "Bottom". The general rule (Filling->{Top, Bottom, Axis}) works fine if I build a table and plot it as ListLogLinearPlot, but I need to use a function. As an example, try:

LogLinearPlot[Sin[x],{x,0.01,10 Pi},Filling->Axis]

ListLogLinearPlot[Table[{x,Sin[x]},{x,0.01,10 Pi,0.05}],Filling->Axis, Joined->True]

I wonder if this is a bug in LogLinearPlot, which has fewer options than other plotting functions. Any solution?. Thanks.

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    $\begingroup$ Add in AxesOrigin -> {0.01, 0} (or wherever you want the axes origin) and it should work (for version 10.4.1 Windows 10). $\endgroup$ – JimB Oct 3 '17 at 17:38
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  • $\begingroup$ ListLogLinearPlot[Table[{x,Sin[x]},{x,0.01,10 Pi,0.05}],Filling->Axis, Joined->True] works fine in 10.4 on a Mac. $\endgroup$ – David G. Stork Oct 3 '17 at 19:08
  • $\begingroup$ The bug was in LogLinearPlot[Sin[x],{x,0.01,10 Pi},Filling->Axis], not in ListLogLinearPlot[Table[{x,Sin[x]},{x,0.01,10 Pi,0.05}],Filling->Axis, Joined->True] and still is there in my Windows version. $\endgroup$ – pedro andreo Aug 7 '18 at 15:45

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