Core objects, MATLAB in Statistics

Core Objects:

The Core Objects in MATLAB are the very fundamental graphics primitives. The description can be found under the MATLAB Help: Under the Contents tab, click the Handle Graphics Objects, and afterward Core Graphics Objects. The core objects consist of:

  •  line
  •  text
  •  rectangle
  •  patch
  •  image

These are all built-in functions; and help can be used to find out how each function is used.

 

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