Re: adjusting frame size in plot

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• Subject: [mg20306] Re: adjusting frame size in plot
• From: "Stephen P Luttrell" <luttrell at signal.dra.hmg.gb>
• Date: Fri, 15 Oct 1999 20:20:39 -0400
• Organization: Defence Evaluation and Research Agency
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```Martin Heimann <martin.heimann at bgc-jena.mpg.de> wrote in message
news:7trvo4\$bsk at smc.vnet.net...
> Dear colleagues,
>
> can I reiterate Scot's question? This is an old shortcoming of
> Mathematica und I'm not aware if it has been corrected in Version 4. Look
> at the simple case of two stacked diagrams:
>
> Show[GraphicsArray[{{Plot[Sin[x], {x, 0, 2 Pi},
>           DisplayFunction -> Identity]}, {Plot[10000 Sin[x], {x, 0, 2
> Pi},
>           DisplayFunction -> Identity]}}],
>   DisplayFunction -> \$DisplayFunction]
>
> The fact that one cannot stack different plots over the same x-axis
> without trial and error is a serious shortcoming of Mathematica
>...

I believe the example below does the sort of thing you require (i.e. 2 plots
with dissimilar x and y ranges):

p1 = Plot[Sin[x], {x, 0, 3 Pi/2}, DisplayFunction -> Identity];
p2 = Plot[2Sin[2x], {x, Pi/2, 2Pi}, DisplayFunction -> Identity];
Show[{p1, p2}, DisplayFunction -> \$DisplayFunction];

Mathematica handles the superimposing of the plots automatically and
correctly.

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Stephen P Luttrell
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