# How can I give axis name in Matlab?

How can I give axis name in Matlab?

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## How can I give axis name in Matlab?

Add Title and Axis Labels to Chart

1. title(‘Line Plot of Sine and Cosine Between -2\pi and 2\pi’)
2. xlabel(‘-2\pi < x < 2\pi’) ylabel(‘Sine and Cosine Values’)
3. legend({‘y = sin(x)’,’y = cos(x)’},’Location’,’southwest’)
4. k = sin(pi/2); title([‘sin(\pi/2) = ‘ num2str(k)])

## How do I add a title to a Matlab plot?

Create Title and Subtitle Create a plot. Then create a title and a subtitle by calling the title function with two character vectors as arguments. Use the ‘Color’ name-value pair argument to customize the color for both lines of text. Specify two return arguments to store the text objects for the title and subtitle.

How do I change the font size of axis labels in Matlab?

To change the font units, use the FontUnits property. Setting the font size properties for the associated axes also affects the label font size. The label font size updates to equal the axes font size times the label scale factor. The FontSize property of the axes contains the axes font size.

What is the label for the Y axis?

In a chart you create, axis labels are shown below the horizontal (category, or “X”) axis, next to the vertical (value, or “Y”) axis, and next to the depth axis (in a 3-D chart). Your chart uses text from its source data for these axis labels.

### How do you write y-axis in Matlab?

Starting in R2019b, you can display a tiling of plots using the tiledlayout and nexttile functions. Call the tiledlayout function to create a 2-by-1 tiled chart layout. Call the nexttile function to create the axes objects ax1 and ax2 . Plot data into each axes, and create an y-axis label for the top plot.

### How do you label axes?

The proper form for a graph title is “y-axis variable vs. x-axis variable.” For example, if you were comparing the the amount of fertilizer to how much a plant grew, the amount of fertilizer would be the independent, or x-axis variable and the growth would be the dependent, or y-axis variable.