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Re: graphics on the same line

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  • Subject: [mg31385] Re: graphics on the same line
  • From: "Allan Hayes" <hay at>
  • Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2001 19:59:05 -0500 (EST)
  • References: <9rodj9$pt7$>
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at

Some ideas - please look up in Help Browser.

Make two graphics

1. GraphicsArray


2. Rectangle

    rect1 = Rectangle[{0,0},{1, .4}, gr1];
    rect2 = Rectangle[{1.2,0},{2.2,.4}, gr2];

    Show[Graphics[{rect1, rect2}], AspectRatio\[Rule]Automatic];

3: copy and paste:
click on the picture for gr1 and copy. This can be pasted into most places
(and the picture adjusted by clicking and dragging).
For example, make a grid (Control+ , horizontally, Control + Return,
verticall) and paste pictures into blanks.

4. Method 3. can be programmed by getting the Mathematica Postscript strings
for the pictures using
    ds =DisplayString[gr1]
and then using notebook programming techniques like
        TextData["A text cell with pictures: ",
          Cell[GraphicsData["PostScript", ds], "Graphics"]]]]
Allan Hayes
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"cosmicstring" <cosmicstring at> wrote in message
news:9rodj9$pt7$1 at
> Is there any way to see more than one graphics on the same output line
> [graph1]                [graph2]              [graph3]
> ?
> Thanks in advance...

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