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 Sep24 awarded Autobiographer May29 awarded Notable Question Nov28 awarded Popular Question Feb11 accepted What properties make this equation difficult to symbolically solve? Feb11 asked What properties make this equation difficult to symbolically solve? Jan29 awarded Scholar Jan29 awarded Supporter Jan29 accepted How can I transpose x and y axis on a Plot? Jan29 revised How can I transpose x and y axis on a Plot? added 388 characters in body Jan29 revised How can I transpose x and y axis on a Plot? Typo correction. Jan29 comment How can I transpose x and y axis on a Plot? meant to be x, will fix. Jan29 comment How can I transpose x and y axis on a Plot? ParametricPlot gives the error I mentioned above, RotationTransform as used above gives an empty graph, and I am trying ReflectionTransform. Jan29 awarded Editor Jan29 comment How can I transpose x and y axis on a Plot? @m_goldberg,As requested, I've added a definition for F. Jan29 revised How can I transpose x and y axis on a Plot? Modifying example ranges to be specific to example. Jan29 awarded Student Jan29 comment How can I transpose x and y axis on a Plot? That is, for certain values of T in my plot window, I get errors like "Infinite Expression 1/Sqrt[0.] encountered." Jan29 comment How can I transpose x and y axis on a Plot? @whuber, this does not quite work because F is not defined over all the real numbers, and I cannot compute the exact boundary of the domain of F. Jan29 comment How can I transpose x and y axis on a Plot? That is a nice suggestion. I guess I could use X = T, Y = F[T], and that should do it. I didn't think of doing that before although I was aware of ParametricPlot. Jan29 asked How can I transpose x and y axis on a Plot?