# How To Draw Graph In Mathematica

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Mathematica graphics, once generated, can be redrawn or altered with the Show command. Show changes properties such as the aspect ratio, which, if any, grid lines to draw, or which colors are used in the plot. Mathematica provides functions for the aesthetic drawing of graphs. Algorithms implemented include spring embedding, spring-electrical embedding, high-dimensional embedding, radial drawing, random embedding, circular embedding, and spiral embedding. In addition, algorithms for layered/hierarchical drawing of directed graphs and for the drawing of trees are available.

The "Plot" command in MATHEMATICA. The basic command for sketching the graph of a real-valued function of one variable in MATHEMATICA is Plot[ f, {x,xmin,xmax} ] which will draw the graph of y=f(x) over the closed interval [xmin,xmax] on the x-axis. More generally Plot I have a function, S[q] which is obtained by integrating another function, A[r,q] over r. My problem is that the lower limit of integration, rmin depends on q in a complicated manner. Mathematica can however solve this equation to give several routes, only one of which is real which is the...