Hello,

```
When creating a simple plot with
```

xs = [0.01*x for x in range(1000)]

```
ys = [x*x for x in xs]
```

pyplot.fill_between(xs, ys)

```
The plot shows between x=0 and x=10, as expected.
However, when looking to fill between 2 and 8, in this way:
b = [False if x<2 or x>8 else True for x in xs]
pyplot.fill_between(xs, ys, where=b)
Then the plot shows between x=0 and x=8. Is there a way to get it to
```

show up to x=10? Thanks,

`Albert`

pyplot.gca().set_xlim([0, 10])

## ···

2014-09-07 13:20 GMT+02:00 Albert Yiamakis <vkicefire@…287…>:

Hello,

```
When creating a simple plot with
xs = [0.01*x for x in range(1000)]
ys = [x*x for x in xs]
pyplot.fill_between(xs, ys)
The plot shows between x=0 and x=10, as expected.
However, when looking to fill between 2 and 8, in this way:
b = [False if x<2 or x>8 else True for x in xs]
pyplot.fill_between(xs, ys, where=b)
Then the plot shows between x=0 and x=8. Is there a way to get it to
```

show up to x=10? Thanks,

```
Albert
```

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