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awarded  Inquisitive
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accepted Unnecessary free space under the figure
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comment Unnecessary free space under the figure
okay i see they are just clipping from above and below.
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comment Unnecessary free space under the figure
what are the parameters of imagepadding?
Apr
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comment Unnecessary free space under the figure
@belisarius v9, winxp 32bits. I copied and pasted just this part and still the same. there is an unncessary space under the figure.
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comment Unnecessary free space under the figure
sorry everyone. I totally missed the "r". Please see the edited question.
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revised Unnecessary free space under the figure
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asked Unnecessary free space under the figure
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asked How to plot a table of the results of findmaximum?
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revised Want to put additional items in my plot legend
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accepted Want to put additional items in my plot legend
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comment Want to put additional items in my plot legend
thank you very much. I tried them, so both have little problems and I rolled back to the previous version, which is quite okay. They are not so important I guess. Have a look at the final version, I am putting to the question for a while.
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comment Want to put additional items in my plot legend
One more point, where I failed: I cannot manipulate the legend. I want to add this : LegendFunction -> (Framed[#, RoundingRadius -> 2, FrameStyle -> LightGray] &)] but how? I tried many possibilities and all was wrong. In other words, is there a way to make the box roundings a bit different and the legend transparant? so that the figure (and gridlines) staying at the background can be seen from the legend?
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comment Want to put additional items in my plot legend
Finally I am back to this question. I think I have done almost all. There is one little point. $\mathcal{B}_{\theta}$. It is just iconized version of the parametric plot and I was wondering if one could make it a bit bigger. Like via zooming and moving to the origin?
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accepted ListLogLinearPlot for the whole real numbers
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comment ListLogLinearPlot for the whole real numbers
Thank you for the explanation. One last point. Would it be possible to add gridlines exactly the same as the ones in LogLinearLinePlot?
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comment ListLogLinearPlot for the whole real numbers
Now I understand why you were asking about $0$. For such a scaling. Getting closer to $0$ is impossible in a finite grid.. horrible..