# Create partial displays in this Plot?

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 In the attached notebook I want the function y11[x_] to display only up to t = d = 0.68, and not all the way up to t= 1.0. I have tried all kinds of variations of the Plot statement, but to no avail.Is it at all possible to produce the plot I want?Any help will be greatly appreciated.Strange Attachments:
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Posted 2 years ago
 Parameter d has the value 0.68. So the plot interval is [0.68,0.68] After the modification, Plot[] works as you want. Attachments:
Posted 2 years ago
 Hello Valerie,I wonder whether there might be a typo in your answer. In my end, at least, inserting [0.68,0.68] as the plot interval for y11 produces an error, and no wonder since this gives a plot range of zero.Or am I dense?Strange
Posted 2 years ago
 May be I was not clear enough in my explanation! So... The plotting interval of the first Plot[] function is [0,1], the second - [d, 1]. I mean that if in the first interval you put [0,d], you obtain that the intersection of intervals is [d,d], or [0.68, 0.68]. I set for the both Plot[] functions the same interval [0,d], and the issue disappeared.
Posted 2 years ago
 I still cannot get the plot to work. - The final plot should range as 0 <= t <= 1.0. Substituting as I understand you suggest does not produce a plot from zero to 1.0, with the first function ending at t = 0.68, and the second function beginning at t = 0.68.Is it possible that you could apply your corrections to my notebook, and attaching the corrected notebook to your answer? (I include a copy of my notebook as an attachment, for your convenience).Thanks for your patience! Attachments:
Posted 2 years ago
 Here you are: s = 1.0 ; (* in milliseconds *) eV = 10.; r1 = 20.; (* in kiloOhms *) r2 = 20.; (* in kiloOhms *) d = 0.68; per = 8 * s; cap = 1.0; (* in microFarads *) tau1 = r1/(r1 + r2) * cap; y11[t_] := eV * r1/(r1 + r2) * (1. - E^(-t/tau1)) y110 = y11[d]; tau2 = r1 * cap; y12[t_] := y110 * E^((-t + d)/tau2); Plot[Piecewise[{{y11[t], t < d}, {y12[t], t >= d}}], {t, 0, 1}, PlotTheme -> "Detailed"] 
 Piecewise is really elegant. But you could do it conventionally (using Mma 7 I don't have the Option PlotTheme) Show[ Plot[y12[t], {t, d, 1.0 }, PlotRange -> {0, 4}, AxesOrigin -> {0, 0}], Plot[y11[t], {t, 0, d}]]