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Modify the Appearance of Two-Dimensional Plots
When you create a two-dimensional plot, Maple uses default values for a variety of attributes that control the appearance of the plot. You can customize the plot object or individual curves in the plot by changing the settings for these attributes.
For more information about modifying a 2-D plot, click one of the following hyperlinks.
Add or Edit the Title
Change Axes Style
Change Curve Style
Change Line Style
Change Line Width
Change the Range of Axis
Display or Edit a Legend
The plot and drawing toolbars and the right-click (Control-click for Macintosh) context menu can also be used to change the appearance of a plot.
Many of the attributes that are set using menus or toolbars are remembered when you execute the plot command again. See plot attributes for more information.
To customize a two-dimensional plot from the Maple command line, see plot[options].
plot, plot attributes, plot[options], Resize a Plot, Toolbar for 2-D Plots, Use Context-Sensitive Menus for Plots
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