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Default Axis Setup As per the Reference Paper
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It is required to represent the Streamline and contour plots from Experimental Data sets.
The experimental data gets loaded in Tecplot and the results are plotted

1. streamline in the symmetry plane of Ahmed's body Y=0mm
2. streamwise velocity in successive YZ-planes in the wake of the Ahmed body

Reference data pics of experimental results are attached.

But, though the results are well presented, the Y- axis (vertical here Z-axis for this case) is display in the right side (reference pic obtained in Tecplot attached)

How can I change this axis from right to left so that it can meet the requirements?
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