Show all data within a graph
These examples show how the member function
showEverything() of a
graph works. The member function
showEverything() of axes works
In this example
showEverything() is called just after the
point plot was added.
In this example points can be dynamically added and removed.
If there are data points that would map to invalid values on a certain
axis these values are ignored. In the example below, the values for
the horizontal axis are [-2, -1, 0, 1, 2]. However, since the axis is
showEverything() only accounts for the
values 1 and 2 when the axis mapping is
You can test this logic below: First, select the linear mapping using
the radio button below, then click within the graph to focus it and
then you can press the key 1 (on your main keyboard, not
the number pad) to call
showEverything on the abscissa.