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ViewCenter

  • ViewCenter is an option for Graphics3D and SurfaceGraphics which gives the scaled coordinates of the point which appears at the center of the display area in the final plot.
  • With the default setting ViewCenter -> Automatic, the whole bounding box is centered in the final image area.
  • With the setting ViewCenter -> {1/2, 1/2, 1/2}, the center of the three-dimensional bounding box will be placed at the center of the final display area.
  • The setting for ViewCenter is given in scaled coordinates, which run from 0 to 1 across each dimension of the bounding box.
  • With SphericalRegion -> True, the circumscribing sphere is always centered, regardless of the setting for ViewCenter.
  • See the Mathematica book: Section 2.9.10.

    Further Examples

    In the second plot the top-right-back corner of the box appears in the center of the image.

    Evaluate the cells to see the graphics.

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