       Re: Turning image in GraphicsArray 90 degrees

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• Subject: [mg3507] Re: Turning image in GraphicsArray 90 degrees
• From: peter at physto.se (peter)
• Date: Mon, 18 Mar 1996 00:59:09 -0500
• Organization: Stockholm University
• Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

```In article <4ibbma\$fep at ralph.vnet.net>, txp at pi.net says...
>
>I want to turn some (the uneven) images in a GraphicsArray 90 degrees.
>e.g. page 175 of Wolfram with 2D images.
>
>If I take two images (plots) I want to go from a X value to an Y value
in
>the right Plot. Then from the Y-value in the Left-Plot (vertical) I want
to
>go a Z-value on a horizontal axis.
>
>I have Windows 8.11, 486 8MB, MMa 2.2 for Students.
>
>Thank you in advance for evt. co-thinking.
>---------------------------------------------------------------
>Jan Holland txp at pop.pi.net
>Individual/society/state/environment never existed separately, they
developed together.
>They needed each other to survive, so ...
>
>
Try this, make a plot: pp=Plot[Sin[x],{x,0,2}]
then do: Show[pp/.{x_,y_}->{y,x}]
You could even do an arb. matrix transformation this way
with something like: Show[pp/.{x_,y_}->R[fi].{y,x}] where
R[fi] is e.g. an rotation matrix.
I hope this is what you are after.
/Peter W

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