Insetting Objects in Graphics
"Redrawing and Combining Plots" describes how you can make regular arrays of plots using GraphicsGrid. Using the Inset graphics primitive, however, you can combine and superimpose plots in any way.
|Inset[obj, pos]||specifies that the inset should be placed at position pos in the graphic|
|Inset[obj,pos, opos, size]||render an object with a given so that point opos in obj is positioned at point pos in the containing graphic|
|Inset[obj,pos, opos, size, dirs]||specifies that the axes of the inset should be oriented in directions dirs|
Creating an inset.
This creates a plot within a parametric plot.
Here is a three-dimensional plot.
This creates a two-dimensional graphics object that contains two differently sized copies of the three-dimensional plot.
Here are rotated and skewed plots inset in a graphic.
Mathematica can render plots, arbitrary 2D or 3D graphics, cells, and text within an Inset. Notice that in general the display area for graphics objects will be sized so as to touch at least one pair of edges of the Inset.