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GraphicsSpacing

  • GraphicsSpacing is an option for GraphicsArray which specifies the spacing between elements in the array.
  • GraphicsSpacing -> 0 inserts no horizontal or vertical spacing, so that all adjacent rectangular areas in the array are shown abutting.
  • GraphicsSpacing -> h , v specifies horizontal and vertical spacing to use.
  • GraphicsSpacing -> s is equivalent to GraphicsSpacing -> s , s .
  • The spacing is given in scaled coordinates, relative to each rectangular area in the array.
  • Example: a horizontal spacing of 0.1 yields an array in which the rectangular areas are separated horizontally by distances equal to 0.1 of their widths.
  • See the Mathematica book: Section 1.9.4.
  • See also: TableSpacing.