Re: How to get objects closer to each other in a Graphics Grid?

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• Subject: [mg91561] Re: How to get objects closer to each other in a Graphics Grid?
• From: dh <dh at metrohm.ch>
• Date: Wed, 27 Aug 2008 06:43:25 -0400 (EDT)
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Hi Aaron,

the problem is that the invisible BoundingBox takes too much space

because of the view point. If you change this, you may improve. E.g.:

Show[circle, ViewPoint -> {0, 0, 10}]

hope this helps, Daniel

Aaron Fude wrote:

> Hi,

>

> In the following code, what option would be equivalent to "zooming in"

> by about a factor of 1.2 so that the elements in the grid are tighter

> to each other? That would require clipping the bounding box. Changing

> R doesn't work since it actually clips the circles. The circles must

> remain to scale, so I am only looking for tightness in the last line.

>

>

> Aaron

>

> PlotEquilibriumConfiguration[ \[CapitalPsi]_, \[CapitalSigma]_, \

> \[CapitalPi]_, n_] := (

>    RhoN = BesselJZero[0, n];

>    Gn = ((RhoN^2 \[CapitalPsi])/(\[Pi] \[CapitalSigma]))^(1/3);

>    a = (\[CapitalPi] Gn)/\[CapitalSigma];

>    f[a_, y_] = y^4 - y - a;

>    ySol =

>     y /. FindRoot[(f[A, y] /. A -> a) == 0, {y, 4},

>       MaxIterations -> 1000];

>    G = Gn/ySol;

>    R = 3.3;

>    circle = ParametricPlot3D[{G Cos[x], G Sin[x], 0}, {x, 0, 2 Pi},

>      Axes -> None,

>      Boxed -> False,

>      PlotRange -> {{-R, R}, {-R, R}}

>      ];

>

>    Show[circle]

>    );

> grid = GraphicsGrid[

>   Table[PlotEquilibriumConfiguration[1, 1, P, n], {n, 1,

>     3}, {P, {-.1, 0, .1}}]]

>

>

>

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