Getting Started |

**Basic Plotting**

MATLAB has extensive facilities for displaying vectors and matrices as graphs, as well as annotating and printing these graphs. This section describes a few of the most important graphics functions and provides examples of some typical applications:

- Creating a Plot
- Multiple Data Sets in One Graph
- Specifying Line Styles and Colors
- Plotting Lines and Markers
- Imaginary and Complex Data
- Adding Plots to an Existing Graph
- Figure Windows
- Multiple Plots in One Figure
- Controlling the Axes
- Axis Labels and Titles
- Saving a Figure

Graphics | Creating a Plot |