Note that you can zoom in on any region of the graph by drawing a box. Start at the upper left corner of the region you wish to view in more detail, and drag downwards and to the right. Dragging upwards instead allows you to zoom out. When zooming out, a reference box is drawn that will represent the current view, and dragging will cause a box to be displayed that represents the new view. Zooming out will only go as far as the original scale. Clicking on the "fill" button at the upper right brings all data within range.
The source code
defines a class
Plot. This class contains a sequence of Java
statements in its
init() method that configures and constructs
the plot. This particular example also demonstrates a number of features.
In particular, no marks are made at all for each plotted point, so the plot
consists entirely of connected lines.
The X and Y ranges and tick marks are not given,
so they get computed automatically to just fit the data.