2D Graphics Generated by Mathematica
This page contains a number of examples of 2D graphics
created in Mathematica. Click on the thumbnail to view a fullsized
version.


10,000 Earthquakes 10,000 Earthquakes. Data can be imported and then combined with Graphics primitives to create a meaningful representation. Created by Jeff Bryant (jeffb@wolfram.com) 


Astronomical Image Reduction Astronomical image reduction. Mathematica can be used to process raw astronomical image frames in preparation for data extraction. Created by Jeff Bryant (jeffb@wolfram.com) 


Antialiasing Graphics Antialiasing of graphics can be acheived using ListConvolve on rasterized graphics. Antialiasing code written by Chris Hill 


Stellar Light Curve and Eclipses 2D data is plotted in this light curve of a binary star system that reveals two adjacent eclipses. 


Lagrange Points of a Binary Star System This shows the Lagrange points of a binary star system. Created by Jeff Bryant (jeffb@wolfram.com) 


Stochastic Nonlinear Oscillator In this graphic created by John Jowett and Krzysztof Goral at CERN, the colours of the dots contain information about the timeevolution of a stochastic nonlinear oscillator, part of a particle tracking system. 
