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Inset   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
Inset[obj] represents an object obj inset in a graphic. Inset[obj, pos] specifies that the inset should be placed at position pos in the graphic. Inset[obj, pos, opos] aligns ...
Insetting Objects in Graphics   (Mathematica Tutorial)
"Redrawing and Combining Plots" describes how you can make regular arrays of plots using GraphicsGrid. Using the Inset graphics primitive, however, you can combine and ...
Graphics Transformations   (Mathematica Guide)
Rotate — rotate an object around any point (use Degree to specify degrees), Translate — translate an object by a certain vector displacement, Scale — scale graphical objects ...
Combining Graphics   (Mathematica Guide)
The symbolic character of Mathematica graphics makes it straightforward to combine together different graphics constructs, both for presentation and interactive behavior—and ...
Annotating & Combining Graphics   (Mathematica Guide)
In Mathematica's unified symbolic framework, graphics are treated just like any other expression—to be displayed, arranged, annotated, or manipulated using any of ...
Dynamic Graphics Elements   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica's unified symbolic architecture makes it straightforward to insert dynamic behavior anywhere in any graphic. Single functions—readily generated ...
Document Generation   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica's symbolic document paradigm makes it uniquely easy to create complex structured documents programmatically, including both graphical elements and dynamic ...
Graphics Objects   (Mathematica Guide)
At the core of Mathematica's graphics language are geometrical objects, represented succinctly and efficiently by simple symbolic constructs—to which all of Mathematica's ...
Version 6.0 pioneered the concept of complete structural integration of graphics—with graphics interleaving seamlessly into all input and output, and allowing immediate ...
Symbolic Graphics Language   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica uses the powerful idea of building up all 2D and 3D graphics from symbolic primitives—which can be manipulated using all standard Mathematica functions and ...
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