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# GraphicsColumn

 GraphicsColumn[{g1, g2, ...}]generates a graphic in which the gi are laid out in a column, with g1 above g2, etc. GraphicsColumn[list, alignment] aligns each element horizontally in the specified way. GraphicsColumn[list, alignment, spacing] leaves the specified spacing between successive elements.
• The output from GraphicsColumn can be interactively resized, or edited as a graphic.
• Possible alignments are:
 Center centered Left left justified (default) Right right justified Full stretched if possible to full width Automatic alignment points of successive items aligned
• GraphicsColumn will by default make all items the same height, preserving individual aspect ratios for graphics, and leaving space if necessary.
• Possible overall spacings between items are:
 h an absolute number of printer's points Scaled[s] a fraction s of the height of an item
• The gi can be any expressions, not just graphics.
• The following options can be given:
 Alignment {Center,Center} horizontal and vertical alignment of elements AspectRatio Automatic ratio of height to width for the whole column Background None what background colors to use BaselinePosition Automatic what to align with a surrounding text baseline BaseStyle {} base style specifications for the column Dividers None where to draw divider lines in the column Frame None where to draw frames in the column FrameStyle Automatic style to use for frames ImageSize Automatic overall size of the whole graphics column Spacings Scaled[0.1] horizontal and vertical spacings
• Common settings for Frame include:
 None no frame True frame around the whole column All frame around every item in the column
 {s1,s2,...,sn} use s1 through sn; then use defaults {{c}} use c in all cases {{c1,c2}} alternate between c1 and c2 {{c1,c2,...}} cycle through all ci {s,{c}} use s, then repeatedly use c {s1,{c},sn} use s1, then repeatedly use c, but use sn at the end {s1,s2,...,{c1,c2,...},sm,...,sn} use the first sequence of si at the beginning, then cyclically use the ci, then use the last sequence of si at the end {s1,s2,...,{},sm,...,sn} use the first sequence of si at the beginning and the last sequence at the end {i1->v1,i2->v2,...} specify what to use at positions ik {spec,rules} use rules to override specifications in spec
• With settings of the form {s1, s2, ..., {...}, sm, ..., sn}, if there are more si specified than items in the column, si from the beginning are used for the first items, and ones from the end are used for the last items.
• With the setting , GraphicsColumn will keep each item a fixed multiple of its original height, rather than making all items the same height.
• For a column of n elements, Dividers and Spacings can specify settings for the n+1 gaps between elements, starting before the first element, and ending after the last element.
 spec apply spec to all gaps between items {specx,specy} apply speci to successive horizontal and vertical gaps
• The speci can have the same forms as for Alignment, Background and other item-oriented options.
 Axis axis of the middle row in the column (default) Baseline baseline of the middle row in the column Bottom bottom of the whole column Center halfway from top to bottom Top top of the whole column {i,pos} position pos in element i
• The settings for BaseStyle are appended to the default style typically given by the "GraphicsColumn" style in the current stylesheet.
Display graphics in a column:
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Put a frame around every element:
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