Hello!

In Matlab one can very easily do:

Which basically rotates your plot, so that in this case the Theta Zero Location is at the top. How would I do the same thing in Julia?

Kind regards

Linking related threads here and there.

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Thank you for this. A better solution exists now, see:

```
using GR
angles = LinRange(0, 2pi, 40)
radii = LinRange(0, 2, 40)
polar(angles, radii, theta_zero_location="S", theta_direction=-1)
```

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