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# How to combine ArrayPlot'sArrayPlots?

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Possible Duplicate:
Sizing cells in a GraphicsGrid/GraphicsRow

Define:

fat    = ArrayPlot[RandomReal[1, {20, 10}], ColorFunction->"Rainbow"];
skinny = ArrayPlot[RandomReal[1, {20,  1}], ColorFunction->"Rainbow"];


What must one do to display fat and skinny side-by-side, so that

• the bottom and top edges of fat line up vertically with the bottom and top edges (respectively) of skinny (IOW, both fat and skinny appear as having the same height)
• fat appears 10x wider than skinny

(GraphicsRow[{fat, skinny}] produces a ridiculous monster featuring a tiny fat next to a gigantic skinny. Pretty much everything else I've tried produces the same nonsense.)

Possible Duplicate:
Sizing cells in a GraphicsGrid/GraphicsRow

Define:

fat    = ArrayPlot[RandomReal[1, {20, 10}], ColorFunction->"Rainbow"];
skinny = ArrayPlot[RandomReal[1, {20,  1}], ColorFunction->"Rainbow"];


What must one do to display fat and skinny side-by-side, so that

• the bottom and top edges of fat line up vertically with the bottom and top edges (respectively) of skinny (IOW, both fat and skinny appear as having the same height)
• fat appears 10x wider than skinny

(GraphicsRow[{fat, skinny}] produces a ridiculous monster featuring a tiny fat next to a gigantic skinny. Pretty much everything else I've tried produces the same nonsense.)

Define:

fat    = ArrayPlot[RandomReal[1, {20, 10}], ColorFunction->"Rainbow"];
skinny = ArrayPlot[RandomReal[1, {20,  1}], ColorFunction->"Rainbow"];


What must one do to display fat and skinny side-by-side, so that

• the bottom and top edges of fat line up vertically with the bottom and top edges (respectively) of skinny (IOW, both fat and skinny appear as having the same height)
• fat appears 10x wider than skinny

(GraphicsRow[{fat, skinny}] produces a ridiculous monster featuring a tiny fat next to a gigantic skinny. Pretty much everything else I've tried produces the same nonsense.)

Post Reopened by Mr.Wizard

Possible Duplicate:
Sizing cells in a GraphicsGrid/GraphicsRow

Define:

fat    = ArrayPlot[RandomReal[1, {20, 10}], ColorFunction->"Rainbow"];
skinny = ArrayPlot[RandomReal[1, {20,  1}], ColorFunction->"Rainbow"];


What must one do to display fat and skinny side-by-side, so that

• the bottom and top edges of fat line up vertically with the bottom and top edges (respectively) of skinny (IOW, both fat and skinny appear as having the same height)
• fat appears 10x wider than skinny

(GraphicsRow[{fat, skinny}] produces a ridiculous monster featuring a tiny fat next to a gigantic skinny. Pretty much everything else I've tried produces the same nonsense.)

Define:

fat    = ArrayPlot[RandomReal[1, {20, 10}], ColorFunction->"Rainbow"];
skinny = ArrayPlot[RandomReal[1, {20,  1}], ColorFunction->"Rainbow"];


What must one do to display fat and skinny side-by-side, so that

• the bottom and top edges of fat line up vertically with the bottom and top edges (respectively) of skinny (IOW, both fat and skinny appear as having the same height)
• fat appears 10x wider than skinny

(GraphicsRow[{fat, skinny}] produces a ridiculous monster featuring a tiny fat next to a gigantic skinny. Pretty much everything else I've tried produces the same nonsense.)

Possible Duplicate:
Sizing cells in a GraphicsGrid/GraphicsRow

Define:

fat    = ArrayPlot[RandomReal[1, {20, 10}], ColorFunction->"Rainbow"];
skinny = ArrayPlot[RandomReal[1, {20,  1}], ColorFunction->"Rainbow"];


What must one do to display fat and skinny side-by-side, so that

• the bottom and top edges of fat line up vertically with the bottom and top edges (respectively) of skinny (IOW, both fat and skinny appear as having the same height)
• fat appears 10x wider than skinny

(GraphicsRow[{fat, skinny}] produces a ridiculous monster featuring a tiny fat next to a gigantic skinny. Pretty much everything else I've tried produces the same nonsense.)

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