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Re: Combining graphics and tabels in one cell


You could generate 2 graphics objects then display them side by side using 
DisplayTogetherArray.

<<Graphics`Graphics`
<<Graphics`Graphics3D`

m=Table[Random[],{2},{3}]
g1=BarChart3D[m];
g2=Show[Graphics[Text[TableForm[m],{0,0}]]];
DisplayTogetherArray[{g1,g2}];

You will need to resize the final graphic to make sure you can see all of 
the table.

Steve Luttrell

"Bruyndonckx P." <pbruynd at vub.ac.be> wrote in message 
news:co97t9$guk$1 at smc.vnet.net...
>I have a two-dimensional  matrix which I want to display using BarChart3D 
>and TableForm.  However, I would like
> them to appear side-by-side in one output cell.  Is there a way to combine 
> a graphical object and a non-graphical
> object in one cell (ie equivalent to GraphicsArray for two graphical 
> objects) ?
>
> Peter
> 



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