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Re: Re: ListDensityPlot[ ] and DensityGraphics

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  • Subject: [mg17109] Re: [mg17056] Re: ListDensityPlot[ ] and DensityGraphics
  • From: "David Park" <djmp at>
  • Date: Sat, 17 Apr 1999 03:35:07 -0400
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>Using Reverse the image looks right but the y-axis is still wrong.
Is this
>not possible without Reverse, so that both the image looks right and
>(x=0, y=0) point is in the upper left corner? Then point (x,y) on the
>corresponds to point (x,y) on the camera CCD.

Using the ListDensityPlot example from the Mathematica Book, pp
159-160 I think this does what you want.

      FrameTicks->{None,Table[{i, 20-i}, {i,0,20,5}], Range[0,30,5],

It is necessary to know what the coordinate ranges are so the
FrameTicks can be tailored correctly.

David Park
djmp at

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