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How to Rotate, Zoom, and Pan Graphics

One of the most powerful aspects of graphics in Mathematica is their interactivity. Rotating, zooming, and panning your graphics allows for a more complete visualization experience by letting you understand images from every angle and present them from the very best viewpoint. Learn more in this "How to" screencast.

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