plotting – ScalingFunctions and DataRange in ListDensityPlot[]

I wanted to plot 100×100 two-dimensional array with certain units for x-y axis. In addition, I want to invert y-axis. I can do each of them separately. For example,

l = Table(x - y, {x, 1, 100}, {y, 1, 100});
ListDensityPlot(l, DataRange -> {{0, 1}, {0, 5}})

shows the plot with different x-y scale.

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and I can get plot with inverted y-axis by

ListDensityPlot(l, ScalingFunctions -> {Identity, "Reverse"})

.
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However, if I tried to do both,

ListDensityPlot(l, ScalingFunctions -> {Identity, "Reverse"}, 
 DataRange -> {{0, 1}, {0, 5}})

the resulting plot is almost blank (I saw a small region of plot at the top).

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Is there any way to circumvent this problem?

Thank you very much in advance.

Takashi.

plotting – How can I use a logarithmic ScalingFunctions with ListContourPlot and DataRange? (i.e. no x- and y- inputs given)

There appears to be a bug in plotting, using ListContourPlot with ScalingFunctions->{“Log”,”Log”} and specifying a DataRange, when trying to plot only a 2d array (i.e. with the x- and y- variables specified using DataRange instead of being input).
Providing a 2d DataRange gives a blank plot, with PlotRange having no effect. If I include “All” as a 3rd dimension to DataRange, then the plot draws axes as Exp(DataRange).

Could somebody help me around this apparent bug?