[problem tested on 5.18 and 5.32]

Hi,

I have just a ‘small’ presentation related question:

I compare to distributions, where one is drawn as bar histogram (e.g., h_1) with a shaded/colored filling and the other one (e.g., h_2) is just markers/error drawn on top of h_1.

The issue is, that I want to suppress for the filled bar histogram h_1 the region smaller than y=0 (some of the error bars of h_2 reach into y<0, so I cannot just limit the displayed range of the y-axis)

My stop-gap solution so far is, to create a third histogram h_3 as bar histogram with zero entries and white filling (1001), drawn ontop of h_1 (and drawing h_2 as last on top of both other histos). However, I have still problems keeping the axis ticks not being superimposed, i.e., h_3 overlays the axis ticks when drawn as “EBARSAME” and “EBARSAMEAXIS” does not work (it is simply not drawn)?!

Maybe somebody knows a better solution?

Cheers and thanks for any idea,

Thomas