You can Right click on the Heteromapper's icon and choose "AutoDomain" mode to define Output domain based on input domain interval; otherwise it'll be set to 0-1 in "Normalized" mode.

Name | ID | Description | Type |
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Curve | C | External curve as a graph | Curve |

Boundary | R | Optional Rectangle boundary. If omitted the curve's would be landed | Rectangle |

Numbers | x | List of input numbers | Number |

Input | In | (Optional) Input Domain if omitted, it would be 0-1 in "Normalize" mode by default or be the interval of the input list in case of selecting "AutoDomain" mode | Domain |

Output | Out | (Optional) Output Domain if omitted, it would be 0-1 in "Normalize" mode by default or be the interval of the input list in case of selecting "AutoDomain" mode | Domain |

Input | In | (Optional) Input Domain \nif omitted, it would be 0-1 in \"Normalize\" mode by default\n or be the interval of the input list in case of selecting \"AutoDomain\" mode | Interval |

Output | Out | (Optional) Output Domain \n if omitted, it would be 0-1 in \"Normalize\" mode by default\n or be the interval of the input list in case of selecting \"AutoDomain\" mode | Interval |

Name | ID | Description | Type |
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Number | N | Output Numbers | Number |

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