By default, Mathematica plots follow the universal convention of making the abscissa (aka x) horizontal and the ordinate (aka y) vertical.
Some plot types, however, allow one to specify a different convention. For example, the following produces a histogram with a vertical abscissa and a horizontal ordinate:
Histogram[ BlockRandom[SeedRandom; RandomVariate[NormalDistribution[0, 1], 1000]], BarOrigin -> Left]
BarOrigin, however, is not a valid
What is the
SmoothHistogram analogue of the
Histogram expression above?
(I am primarily interested in solutions that do not involve rasterizing the plot and rotating the resulting image.)
More generally, how does one plot a function such that the abscissa increases, say, in the upwards vertical direction, and the ordinate increases, say, from left to right?