Clip lines and/or markers at the Plot boundary?


This attribute controls whether curves and markers are clipped at the boundary of the graphics box specified when the Plot was created. A value of 3 implies both markers and curves are clipped at the Plot boundary. A value of 2 implies markers are clipped, but not curves. A value of 1 implies curves are clipped, but not markers. A value of zero implies neither curves nor markers are clipped. The default value is 1. Note, this attributes controls only the clipping performed internally within AST. The underlying graphics system may also apply clipping. In such cases, removing clipping using this attribute does not guarantee that no clipping will be visible in the final plot.

The AST_CLIP routine can be used to establish generalised clipping within arbitrary regions of the Plot.



All Plots have this attribute.