Dear all,
I would like to increase the z-scale of z-axis of my figure:

plot(size=(600,500))
X(r,theta) = r * cos(theta)
Y(r,theta) = r * sin(theta)
Z(r,theta) = -r * r
my_cg = cgrad([:blue,:red,:yellow]);
thetas = range(0, stop=2*pi, length=50)
rs = range(0, stop=1, length=50)
xs = [X(r, theta) for theta in thetas, r in rs]
ys = [Y(r, theta) for theta in thetas, r in rs]
zs = [Z(r, theta) for theta in thetas, r in rs]
surface!(xs, ys, zs,ratio=1,
label=false,xlims=(-1.5, 1.5),
xlabel=x, ylims=(-1.5,1.5), zlims=(-1.0,1),c=my_cg)

That results:

I would like my paraboloid to be more stretched in the z direction. How can I do this?
Many thanks.

Why not just restrict your z-axis to a different range?

using Plots; pyplot()
plot(size=(600,500))
X(r,theta) = r * cos(theta)
Y(r,theta) = r * sin(theta)
Z(r,theta) = -r * r
my_cg = cgrad([:blue,:red,:yellow]);
thetas = range(0, stop=2*pi, length=50)
rs = range(0, stop=1, length=50)
xs = [X(r, theta) for theta in thetas, r in rs]
ys = [Y(r, theta) for theta in thetas, r in rs]
zs = [Z(r, theta) for theta in thetas, r in rs]
surface!(xs, ys, zs,
label=false,xlims=(-1.5, 1.5), aspect_ratio=:auto,
xlabel="x", ylims=(-1.5,1.5), zlims=(-1.0, 0),c=my_cg)