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Topic: List(Line)Plot in a 2D or 3D self defined coordinate system
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Dr.J

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Re: List(Line)Plot in a 2D or 3D self defined coordinate system
Posted: Jul 10, 2012 12:38 AM
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PS: I want to see the points or and line (plots) together with the frames
defined by myself



On Mon, Jul 9, 2012 at 11:24 AM, Joug Raw <jougraw@gmail.com> wrote:

>
> Dear Mathematica Experts,
>
> ListPlot/ListLinePlot plots data in a cartesian coordinates system. Now, I
> want to see the plot in a self defined coordinate(2D or 3D). For example,
> the coordinate system would in a 2D plane with an angle of 72.6 degree
> between x and y unit vectors, or a 3D bulk with angle 72.6 degree between x
> and y unit vectors and z vector aligned 46 degree above the x,y plane. How
> could I plot my data in such kinds of coordinates system in a simple way in
> Mathematica? Thank you very much!
>




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