axis — Sets ot gets the axis limits of a 2D or 3D graph
vect = axis(value)
string or 1 by n vector, n=4 or n=6
4-vector [XMIN XMAX YMIN YMAX] or 6-vector [XMIN XMAX YMIN YMAX ZMIN ZMAX]
To get the axis limits, use the syntax : AX=axis()
To set the axis limits after a plot use the syntax : axis(value)
Value can be :
a 4-vector [XMIN XMAX YMIN YMAX] or 6-vector [XMIN XMAX YMIN YMAX ZMIN ZMAX] then the plot limits are fixed to the given limits.
a string
The allowed strings are Common 2D/3D values
'equal' (isometric scale)
'normal' (aspect ratio changes when the figure is resized)
'ij' (the coordinate system origin is placed in the upper left corner)
'xy' (default cartesian system)
'off' (no axis is drawn)
'box' (a box enclosing the plot without ticks)
'tight' (the graph fits tightly the axis limits)
'auto' (axis limits are computed by considering the minimum and maximum values of x,y,z data)
'left' (the y axis is displayed on the left)
'right' (the y axis is displayed on the right)
'center' (the x and y axis cross at the center of the plot box)
'origin' (the x and y axis cross at the (0,0,0) point)