The Wolfram Language allows convenient automated selection of plotting and image regions using a family of specially developed robust algorithms, as well as allowing detailed manual control, especially for optimization of image stability in animations and dynamic graphics.
PlotRangePadding — how much to extend the range of coordinates, axes, etc.
FrameMargins — margins to leave inside a frame
ImagePadding — extra space outside the final plot range to leave for labels, etc.
PlotRangeClipping — whether to clip objects that extend beyond the final plot range
ImageSize — the overall size of the final image
ImageMargins — margins to leave outside the final image
AspectRatio — the shape of the final image, leaving empty space if necessary
SphericalRegion — whether to leave space for 3D graphics to rotate without clipping
DataRange — how to assign coordinates in data plots
RegionFunction — general function to define a clipping region
Scaled — coordinates scaled to plot range
ImageScaled — coordinates scaled to image region