Dear @paulremo , dear all,

In UQLab 1.4, the values given as parameter for` 'Limits'`

limits are no longer ignored by the function `uq_scatterDensity`

, such that the values in the corresponding calls to this function in `uq_display_uq_inversion`

are now used during the creation of the scatter plot.

I am not sure, if this is a planed behavior or an error, but it holds that the limits for the scatter plots for the prior samples **and** for the posterior sample are **both** computed from the **prior samples**. In UQLab 1.3 these values were ignored by `uq_scatterDensity`

, but this is no longer the case in UQLab 1.4, as one can observe e.g. by considering the scatter plots in the 1.4.version of `UserManual_Bayesian.pdf`

. In these plots, the plot ranges in the prior plot and in the posterior plots are the same, see also my version of the scatter plots in Figure 9:

I do not like this **same plot limits approach,** since the variation of the posterior samples

(after removing the burn-In phase and maybe also bad chains) may be much smaller then the

variation of the prior samples and are invisible in plots using the limits determined from

the prior samples. Therefore, I have replaced in my copy of `uq_display_uq_inversion`

.m

in the line 297 `allPlotPoints = [PriorSample; plotPointCollection];`

by `allPlotPoints = [PostSample; plotPointCollection];`

. Thanks to this modification, the resulting scatter plot for the posterior samples changed to

In contrast to the posterior scatter plot above, one can really see the variation of E.

Hence, I suggest to perform this change also in the official version of `uq_display_uq_inversion`

and to replace in line 314 `'Limits', [min(PriorSample);max(PriorSample)],...`

by

`'Limits', [min(PostSample);max(PostSample)],...`

.

If this same plot limits approach behavior is planed, I would suggest to add to the flags considered in Further plot possibilities for results of Bayesian inversion (Suggestions and code example) - #2 by paulremo a flag like âscatter.reusePriorlimitsâ that allows to activate/ deactivate this approach.

Greetings

Olaf