I know that
PlotRange->Automatic does the following:
"the distribution of coordinate values is found, and any points sufficiently far out in the distribution are dropped. Such points are often produced as a result of singularities in functions being plotted."
This quoted verbatim from the the
PlotRange option page on Mathematica.
My question is does anyone know exactly what function Mathematica is using? I have this nifty plotting function I called
ExpPlot that combines a lot of options and plot types. Long story short in Mathematica 10.0.2
PlotRange is set by only the first set of data in a multiset. I want a simple work around that gives me the "Automatic" plot range option.