Plot functions, MATLAB in Mathematics

Plot Functions:

Faraway, we have plotted to generate two-dimensional plots and bar to generate bar charts. We have seen how to clear the Figure Window by using clf, and how to generate and number Figure Windows by using figure. Labeling the plots has been completed by using title, xlabel, ylabel, and legend, and we also seen how to customize the strings passed to these functions by using sprintf. The axis function alters the axes from the defaults which would be taken from the data in the x & y vectors to the values identified. In conclusion, the grid and hold toggle functions print grids or not, or lock the present graph in the Figure Window so that the next plot will be superimposed.

 

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