Of particular importance in handling high-throughput programmatic graphics are the Wolfram Language's sophisticated mechanisms for controlling graphics size and shape—allowing immediate aesthetically optimized integration into complex documents, user interfaces and information displays.
BoxRatios — 3D overall box shape (ratios of box side lengths)
SphericalRegion — whether to make a 3D graphic rotatable without changing size
ImageSize — absolute overall image size
Full — full width of window, etc.
Scaled — scaled relative to window, etc.
Magnify — display a graphic or any other expression magnified
ImageSizeMultipliers — how to rescale graphics appearing inside lists, text, etc.
ImageSizeAction — whether to rescale text etc. when changing the region it is in
ImageMargins — margins to leave around the outside of the image
PixelConstrained — whether to constrain a raster to align with screen pixels