Mathematica Plotting interms of Y


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Oct2-08, 11:11 AM
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I'm trying to plot a function in terms of Y, but it always treats y as if it were x. Is there anyway I could "Turn" the graph 90 degrees?

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There is probably a much wiser option can't figure straight up but would likely just populate a table and do a listplot using that data in the appropriate order.
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You could also use ParametricPlot

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Oct9-08, 10:58 PM
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Mathematica Plotting interms of Y


I know about ParametricPlot, that worked perfectly. But what I want is to use the filling option within Mathematica to highlight areas between curves. Is there a way to do this without importing the Mathematica image into MS Paint?


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