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README.md

TimeConstrainedPlot

Mathematica package to constrain plot evaluation time.

Installation

Download TimeConstrainedPlot.m and put it in the directory given by FileNameJoin[{$UserBaseDirectory, "Applications"}]

Examples

Plot a slow function:

<<<TimeConstrainedPlot`

slowSin[x_] := (Pause[RandomReal[0.01]]; Sin[x])

TimeConstrainedPlot[
    Plot3D[slowSin[x] Cos[y], {x, 0, 10}, {y, 0, 10}],
    1]

Plot3D example

Options

All options provided to the original plot function that are valid for the corresponding List*Plot will be kept. To provide more options put them in the third argument

Scope

Constrainable plot functions:

{DensityPlot, DiscretePlot,
 LogLinearPlot, LogLogPlot, LogPlot,
 ParametricPlot, Plot, Plot3D, PolarPlot}

Preserves sample refinement on a per-function basis:

TimeConstrainedPlot[
Plot[{Abs[x], Abs[x - 1/2]}, {x, -1, 1}]
, 1, Joined -> False]

sampling

Possible Issues

There might not be enough time to cover the entire plot range:

TimeConstrainedPlot[Plot[slowSin[x], {x, 0, 10}], 1]

range issue

With lower PlotPoints there is enough time to cover the range and the adaptive algorithm can start refining:

TimeConstrainedPlot[Plot[slowSin[x], {x, 0, 10}, PlotPoints -> 5], 1]

workaround


Only the refinement is time-constrained, the time to create and display the List*Plot is not restricted.

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