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Introduction to Editing Mathematica Graphics

An Example of Editing Graphics

The following graph represents an impulse response of an ideal Low Pass Filter (LPF). This graph illustrates some of the ways of interacting with graphics. Details on each topic follow in the other parts of Interactive Graphics.
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Select the curve and change its color and thickness using the Graphics Inspector.
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Using the Text tool and the TraditionalForm Text tool, add a plot label and axis labels.
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You can edit the title to change its font, color, size, and face.
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Draw vertical and horizontal lines to the maximum point with the Line tool.
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Select the lines and make them dashed using the Graphics Inspector.
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Label the point with the TraditionalForm Text tool.
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Add the formula for the curve.
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