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Tilted decimals on the x-axis to avoid overlapping

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  • Subject: [mg87504] Tilted decimals on the x-axis to avoid overlapping
  • From: zosi <zosi at to.infn.it>
  • Date: Fri, 11 Apr 2008 05:59:07 -0400 (EDT)

Dear Mathgroup,

How can I see all the decimals on the x-axis **and** avoid overlapping ?

Trivial example: Plot[x, {x, 123.45678, 123.45679}]

I would like to rotate clockwise  by an angle alpha (e.g.,Pi/6, or 
Pi/2+Pi/6)
the values on the x-axis and translate them in order to see the starting 
point,
i.e., the "1"  of  123.45678 should be near to the relevant tick.

Note: I cannot use the usual Options to reduce the **size** of the 
figures or
increase the size of the image.

Any hint ?
Many thanks.

PS  The nice suggestion by Ruskeepaa (pag.  271) seems not applicable in
this case.

Gianfranco Zosi
Dip. Fisica Generale
Universita di Torino
 


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