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Scale, rotate, clip, pan, or transform

MuPAD Graphical Primitives

plot::ClippingBox Clipping of 3D objects
plot::Reflect2d Reflection about a 2D point or a line
plot::Reflect3d Reflection about a 3D point or a plane
plot::Rotate2d Rotations of 2D objects
plot::Rotate3d Rotations of 3D objects
plot::Scale2d Scaling of 2D objects
plot::Scale3d Scaling of 3D objects
plot::Transform2d Affine linear transformation of 2D objects
plot::Transform3d Affine linear transformation of 3D objects
plot::Translate2d Translation of 2D objects
plot::Translate3d Translation of 3D objects

MuPAD Graphical Attributes

Angle Rotation angle
Axis, AxisX, AxisY, AxisZ Rotation axis
Matrix2d, Matrix3d Transformation matrices
Scale, ScaleX, ScaleY, ScaleZ Scaling factors
Shift, ShiftX, ShiftY, ShiftZ Shift vector


Viewer, Browser, and Inspector: Interactive Manipulation

After a plot command is executed in a MuPAD® notebook, the plot will typically appear below the input region, embedded in the notebook.


Apply transformations to graphics objects.

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