How do you change the axes scales without resizing the images as well?

Anuja Ariyaratne shared this question 5 months ago
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I have an image of a graph which i want to fit to the axes scales on geogebra.

Whenever I try to resize the axes with the "move graphics view" tool, the image resizes with the axes, too, and I am unable to fit the image to the axes.

This seems like a pretty basic feature, I've tried so many things but nothing seems to work

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Maybe defining the corner points of the image, and fixing them may help.

Please see https://wiki.geogebra.org/e...

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you want do an imagen fixed to screen, I suposseyou can do right click on image and click in absolute position on screen or adjust the position with your A,B points and the relative position is keeped

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Maybe this you are looking for


  • for Corner 1 ->A= (0,0) as free point, manually shifted to about (-0.8,-0.8)
  • for Corner 2 ->B= A+(<length x>,0) in your screen-shot about B=A+(14.5, 0)
  • In the picture the properties Position is adjust to: corner1=A and corner2=B

The result is: A is relative to the axis "fixed" but manually movable, the picture is allway horizontal and the length is allway x-units. So you can move or zoom the view but the relation between axis and picture is not changed in units (but when zoomed: changed in pixles)

In other words, the diagram presents itself as if it was created as a GGB function in GGB.

Note: Alternative to B

B=Point(Ray(A+(1,0),A+(2,0))) then the point B you can shift horizontally and the relation between the picture and the axis is not change in units when you move or zoom the view.

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