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Dec
22
comment Simple 3D graphic
Crtl + Shift helps in repositioning the output figure manually, and it applies to the exported file too unlike Ctrl + Drag.
Dec
21
comment Simple 3D graphic
Using Ctrl + Drag works for cropping the output figure but it is the original size when exported. This therefore didn't work for me.
Dec
21
awarded  Commentator
Dec
21
comment Simple 3D graphic
However, I have a little problem with the positioning of the image. How can I make it fit the Image box (which appears in orange color when the image is selected) with everything visible? When I click on the image and select Trim Bounding Box some parts become missing.
Dec
21
answered Simple 3D graphic
Dec
20
accepted Combining 3 graphics of different coordinate systems
Dec
19
awarded  Self-Learner
Dec
19
asked Simple 3D graphic
Dec
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awarded  Teacher
Dec
19
revised Combining 3 graphics of different coordinate systems
The comment on `GraphicsGrid` `Spacings` by **István Zachar** is considered.
Dec
19
answered Combining 3 graphics of different coordinate systems
Dec
18
comment Combining 3 graphics of different coordinate systems
First of all, thank you very much for the effort István Zachar. I tried to add the same green points and corresponding grey lines for p1 but it seems that there is a problem in the definition of the function $\theta$. How it can be fixed?
Dec
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awarded  Supporter
Dec
17
comment Combining 3 graphics of different coordinate systems
@ JohnD : Figure 3.7-1 is the sample figure. I want to form the same figure with my own plots p1, p2 and p3. By the way, it seems that GraphicsGrid also useful.
Dec
17
revised Combining 3 graphics of different coordinate systems
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Dec
17
comment Combining 3 graphics of different coordinate systems
This code looks almost suitable after removing the Labels and the Ticks of the Axes. Show[Graphics[{Inset[p1,{-2.5,3.6164},Right,2],Inset[p2,{-2.5,1.6164},Right,2],‌​Inset[p3,{-1.5,-0.7},Left,6]},PlotRange->5]] Bu I don't know how to find the exact ratio to fix p3 satisfying Property 3 (mentioned above).
Dec
17
revised Combining 3 graphics of different coordinate systems
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Dec
17
comment Combining 3 graphics of different coordinate systems
Oh, s.s.o please replace Sin(Pi t) with Sin[Pi t]. Updated the code in the original post.
Dec
17
revised Combining 3 graphics of different coordinate systems
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Dec
17
comment Combining 3 graphics of different coordinate systems
Thank you very much for your interest Yves Klett but I can not split my problem into smaller pieces since my only problem is to join these 3 different coordinates.