# How to extend the axis without changing the graph?

How to extend the y-axis without changing the graph that is set by the interval?

ParametricPlot[ { 0.06677273831511694*(1-E^(-8.145*t)), -0.10917030600597447*(1-E^(-8.145*t))+1.2031921424186618*t },
{t,0,2.6}, PlotRange->{{0,0.07},{0.,-3.0191292643518968}},
AspectRatio->1, ScalingFunctions->{None, "Reverse"} ]


• Could you include the code to make that plot? Also, do you mean to extend the y-axis but make the plot stop at 3? May 27, 2019 at 15:54
• ParametricPlot[ { 0.06677273831511694*(1-E^(-8.145*t)), -0.10917030600597447*(1-E^(-8.145*t))+1.2031921424186618*t }, {t,0,2.6}, PlotRange->{{0,0.07},{0.,-3.0191292643518968}}, AspectRatio->1, ScalingFunctions->{None, "Reverse"} ]
– Art
May 27, 2019 at 16:11
• Is this Show[Plot[0,{x,0,0.07},PlotRange->{{0,0.07},{0.,-5}}], ParametricPlot[ ...the parametric plot you showeded... ] ] what you are looking for?
– Bill
May 27, 2019 at 16:25
• use PlotRange -> {{0, 0.07}, {0., -5.}}?
– kglr
May 27, 2019 at 16:29
• I think "include" meant edit the question. May 27, 2019 at 17:32

Use PlotRange -> {{0, 0.07}, {0., -5.}} to make the vertical axis extend from 0 to 5 without affecting the range of the plotted line:
ParametricPlot[{0.06677273831511694*(1 - E^(-8.145*t)),

Use PlotRange -> {{0, 0.07}, {2., -5.}} to get