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GraphicsRow[{g1, g2, ...}]
generates a graphic in which the gi are laid out in a row.
GraphicsRow[list, spacing]
leaves the specified spacing between successive elements.
  • If the gi are graphics, GraphicsRow will if possible make them all the same height, preserving their individual aspect ratios.
  • The output from GraphicsRow can be interactively resized, or edited as a graphic.
  • GraphicsRow by default inserts the same fractional space between successive elements.
  • Possible overall spacings between items are:
han 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
AspectRatioAutomaticratio of height to width for the whole row
BackgroundNonewhat background colors to use
BaselinePositionAutomaticwhat to align with a surrounding text baseline
BaseStyle{}base style specifications for the row
DividersNonewhere to draw dividers in the row
FrameNonewhere to draw frames
FrameStyleAutomaticstyles to use for frames
ImageSizeAutomaticoverall size of the whole graphics row
SpacingsScaled[0.1]horizontal and vertical spacings
  • Common settings for Frame include:
Noneno frame
Trueframe around the whole row
Allframe around every item in the row
  • The settings for BaseStyle are appended to the default style typically given by the "GraphicsRow" style in the current stylesheet.
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