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asked In LineLegend, how do I force the legend entries to appear in a single column?
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accepted Cropping a Plot without rasterization
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accepted Fit data with linear combinations of Cos and Sin
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comment Combine Plots into a single non-rasterized Graphic with no spacing
@Jens Thanks. I think my question is more general, though. I just want to combine two Graphics objects side-by-side. It's almost like I am looking for a way to flatten a Grid objects so that two Graphics objects in neighboring cells are combined into a single Graphics object.
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comment Combine Plots into a single non-rasterized Graphic with no spacing
Unfortunately, in this answer, the result is not a single Graphic object. Sorry.
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asked Combine Plots into a single non-rasterized Graphic with no spacing
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answered Cropping a Plot without rasterization
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comment Cropping a Plot without rasterization
@Szabolcs No, but that is a very good point.
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comment Cropping a Plot without rasterization
@Szabolcs Unfortunately, setting PlotRange on the output of LevelScheme also (in addition to effectively cropping) changes the aspect ratios of the individual plots within the LevelScheme frame. Unfortunately, I need to change the size of (or crop) the LevelScheme frame without altering the sizes or aspect ratios of the plots within the frame.
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comment Cropping a Plot without rasterization
@Szabolcs Hmm, interesting... I will try this now. Thanks.
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comment Cropping a Plot without rasterization
@Szabolcs Unfortunately, it's a long story. I have made some multipanel figures using the LevelScheme package, but the resulting composite graphics boxes have whitespace that I need to remove on one side. So the "plot" that I need to crop without rasterization is actually a Graphics box containing the output of some LevelScheme commands (I just thought I'd use Plot as a minimal working example in this question). And although the LevelScheme contains a Margins option, I cannot use it without affecting the sizes of the multipanel plots.
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comment Cropping a Plot without rasterization
@PinguinDirk Unfortunately, no, just PlotRange is not an option for me. I need to be able to crop the entire image -- including white space, frames, frame ticks, and frame labels.
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asked Cropping a Plot without rasterization
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revised Fit data with linear combinations of Cos and Sin
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answered Fit data with linear combinations of Cos and Sin