Technology Guide--The Technology Inside Matters
Integrated Graphics Editing & Drawing

Mathematica includes an interactive drawing environment fully integrated with programmatic graphics generation and manipulation. In Mathematica, all graphical output can immediately be annotated and modified using a full suite of familiar interactive drawing tools. Graphics can also be created interactively from scratch and immediately used as input to Mathematica--opening up a broad range of new directions, from diagrammatic and graphical input syntax to real-time algorithmic processing and enhancement of interactive drawings.

  • Drawing tools and graphics inspector, with support for structured and free-form drawing.
  • Full integration allowing insetting of text, math, controls, and graphics inside graphics.
  • Convenient "drill-down" selection mechanism in hierarchically grouped objects.
  • Interactive reshaping of graphical objects and flowing text regions.
  • Full correspondence maintained between interactively edited graphics and underlying symbolic expression representation.
Create Graphics Using the Drawing Palette Interactively Select and Modify Graphics Interactively Add Annotations to Plots
Create Graphics Using the Drawing Palette Interactively Select and Modify Graphics Interactively Add Annotations to Plots
Interactively Lay Out Arbitrary Graphics Interactively Arrange Active 3D Graphics Interactively Assemble Complex Diagrammatic Graphics
Interactively Lay Out Arbitrary Graphics Interactively Arrange Active 3D Graphics Interactively Assemble Complex Diagrammatic Graphics
Trace or Mark Up an Image Interactively Lay Out a Working User Interface Fully Editable Arbitrarily Transformed Text
Trace or Mark Up an Image Interactively Lay Out a Working User Interface Fully Editable Arbitrarily Transformed Text


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