Customizing plots, MATLAB in Mathematics

Customizing Plots:

There are numerous ways to customize figures in the Figure Window. On clicking the Plot Tools icon will bring up the Property Editor & Plot Browser, with many options for altering the present plot. In addition, there are properties which can be modified from the default in the plot function itself. By using the help facility with the function name will display all the options for that specific plot function.

 

 

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