To plot vector functions or parametric equations, you follow the same idea as in plotting 2D functions, setting up your domain for t. Then you establish x, y (and z if applicable) according to the equations, then plot using the plot(x,y) for 2D or the plot3(x,y,z) for 3D command. 2D Parametric Equations

Mod 85 auto cal 8mm k italyThis example illustrates how to set the x- and y-axis limits to match the actual range of the data, rather than the rounded values of [-2 3] for the x-axis and [-2 4] for the y-axis originally selected by MATLAB. [x,y] = meshgrid([-1.75:.2:3.25]); z = x.*exp(-x.^2-y.^2); surf(x,y,z) xlim([-1.75 3.25]) ylim([-1.75 3.25]) See Also. axis. The axes ...

Change Font Size. Axes objects have properties that you can use to customize the appearance of the axes. For example, the FontSize property controls the font size of the title, labels, and legend.. Access the current Axes object using the gca function. Then use dot notation to set the FontSize property.