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Fill rainbow along vertical axis

a solution using RegionPlot: ...
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Plotting Sin[x] and filling down to the axis when Sin[x] > 0

Try RegionFunction and Show ...
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Plotting Sin[x] and filling down to the axis when Sin[x] > 0

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Fill rainbow along vertical axis

ParametricPlot[{x, 4 y + (1 - y) x^2}, {x, -2, 2}, {y, 0, 1}, ColorFunction -> {Function[{x, y}, ColorData["Rainbow"][y]]}]
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How to fill with color the space between plotted points?

We use Catenate@Transpose@data to construct a cyclic path to construct a polygon to fill the region. ...
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Shading under a curve with dots

Since V 12.1 we have PatternFilling ...
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How to fill the first region enclosed by a self-intersecting parametric curve?

Edit DiscretizeGraphics +RegionUnion + PlanarFaceList https://mathematica.stackexchange....
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How can I properly plot this region, with some filling too?

Plot[{2 - x, 1, Min[2 - x, 1]}, {x, 0, 2}, Filling -> {3 -> 0}, Exclusions -> None, Epilog -> {Orange, Line[{{2, 0}, {2, 1}}], Thickness[0.04]}]
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How can I properly plot this region, with some filling too?

Combine ImplicitRegion, Plot and Rectangle by using Show....
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How can I build a cycled curve from three orientable Bezier curves and fill the curved region?

First we need new definition of BezierFunction because actually (Mathematica v12.2) it's not possible to define ...
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Using Filling went wrong

Even though you return a list in your f[x], Mathematica sees this as a single curve. You should explicitly provide two separate curves: ...
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Is there a better way to control "Filling"?

Change the PlotStyle for If[0.25 <= x <= 0.75, 0] in each of the plots. ...
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Gray level shading of image histogram bins

B = RandomImage[1, {200, 200}]; ImageHistogram[B, ColorFunctionScaling -> False, ColorFunction -> GrayLevel] With your image we have to scale the vertical ...
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How can I build a cycled curve from three orientable Bezier curves and fill the curved region?

Edit Does not depend on PlanarFaceList and we can distinct the boundary lines. ...
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Is there a better way to control "Filling"?

ImplicitRegion+ RegionPlot. ...
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Using Filling went wrong

You can use Region functionality as follows: ...
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Drawing a shaded area under a probability distribution

Clear["Global`*"] Using Manipulate ...
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Filling the area between three curves with the command Filling

Plot[{x^2, x, -x + 1, Min[x, 1 - x]}, {x, 0, 1}, PlotStyle -> {Automatic, Automatic, Automatic, None}, Filling -> {4 -> {{1}, {None, Automatic}}}]
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Default color filling together with HatchFilling

Plot[{x, 2 x}, {x, 0, 1}, Filling -> {1 -> {2}, 2 -> {Top, Directive[ColorData[97, "ColorList"][[2]], HatchFilling[]]}}] ...
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Gray level shading of image histogram bins

Do it yourself using a bar chart: ...
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