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Reversing an axis

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  • Subject: [mg4259] Reversing an axis
  • From: TTCJ34A at (DR JOHN C ERB)
  • Date: Sun, 23 Jun 1996 03:09:18 -0400
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at

Is it possible to reverse an axis.  I am doing some work with 
and I would like for my x-axis to display from say 14 to -5 (from 
to right across the screen), while the y-axis goes from say 2 to 9.
I have tried calculating my data matrix "backwards" in the x-
and using MeshRange->{{14,-5},{2,9}}; this does not work (the data is 
"backwards" but the x-axis still displays from -5 to 14).
I have consulted Wolfram's book, Tom Wickham-Jones' book on 
Graphics, and Backman & Smith's book on a Guide to Mathematica 
without success.
Anyone have any ideas?

Thanks for your help.
John C. Erb


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