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If the DisplayName property is empty, then the legend uses a label of the form 'dataN'. The legend automatically updates when you add or delete data series from the axes. This command creates a legend for the current axes or chart returned by gca. If the current axes are empty, then the legend is empty. If axes do not exist, then this command creates them.
Specify the labels as a list of character vectors or strings, such as legend 'Jan','Feb','Mar'. Specify subset as a vector of graphics objects. You can specify subset before specifying the labels or with no other input arguments. Specify the target as the first input argument. For example, 'Location','northeast' positions the legend in the upper right corner of the axes.
Specify the location after other input arguments. The default for ornt is 'vertical'which stacks the items vertically. The default for bkgd is 'boxon'which displays the legend background and outline. Use lgd to query and set properties of the legend after it is created.
For a list of properties, see Legend Properties. Plot two lines and add a legend to the current axes. Specify the legend labels as input arguments to the legend function. If you add or delete a data series from the axes, the legend updates accordingly. Control the label for the Legend data series by setting the DisplayName property as a name-value pair during creation.
If you do not specify a label, then the legend uses a label of the form 'dataN'. Note: If you do not want the legend to automatically update when data series are added to or removed from the axes, then set the AutoUpdate property of the legend to 'off'. Starting in Rb, you can display a tiling of plots Legend 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 random data in each axes. Add a legend to the upper plot by specifying ax1 as the first input argument to legend.
Plot two lines. Specify the legend labels during the plotting commands by setting the DisplayName property to the desired text. Then, add a legend. Plot four lines. Create a legend in the northwest area of the axes. Specify the number of legend columns using the NumColumns property. By default, the legend orders the items from top to bottom along each column.
To order the items from left to right along each row instead, set the Orientation property to 'horizontal'. When you want to share a legend between two or more plots, you can display the legend in a separate tile of the layout. If you do not want to include all of the plotted graphics objects in the legend, then you can specify the graphics objects that you want to include. Plot three lines and return the Line objects created.
Create a legend that includes only two of the lines. Specify the first input argument as a vector of the Line objects to include. Plot two lines and create a legend in the lower left corner of the axes. Then, remove the legend background and outline. Modify the legend appearance by setting Legend properties. You can set properties when you create the legend using name-value pairs in the legend command. You also can set properties after you create the legend using the Legend object.
Plot four lines of random data. Create legend and assign the Legend object to the variable lgd. Set the FontSize and TextColor properties using name-value pairs.
Modify the legend after it is created by referring to lgd. Set the NumColumns property using the object dot property name notation. Labels, specified as separate arguments of character vectors or strings. To include special characters or Greek letters in the labels, use TeX markup. For a table of options, see the Interpreter property. Example: legend 'Sin Function','Cos Function'. Example: legend "Sin Function","Cos Function". To specify labels that are keywords, such as 'Location' or 'off'use a cell array of character vectors, a string array, or a character array.
Labels, specified as a cell array of character vectors, string array, or categorical array. Example: legend ["Sin Function","Cos Function"]. Data series to include in the legend, specified as a vector of graphics objects. If you do not specify the target, then the legend function uses the axes or chart returned by the gca command. Some charts do not support modifying the legend appearance, such as the location, or returning the Legend object as an output argument.
Legend location with respect to the axes, specified as one of the location values listed in this table. Example: legend 'Location','northeastoutside'. Example: legend 'Orientation','horizontal'. Example: legend 'boxoff'. Example: legend 'hide'. Specify optional comma-separated pairs of Name,Value arguments. Name is the argument name and Value is the corresponding value. Name must appear inside quotes.
You can specify several name and value pair arguments in any order as Name1,Value1, The properties listed here are only a subset. For a complete list, see Legend Properties. Text color, specified as an RGB triplet, a hexadecimal color code, a color name, or a short name. The default color is black with a value of [0 0 0]. An RGB triplet is a three-element row vector whose elements specify the intensities of the red, green, and blue components of the color.
The intensities must be in the range [0,1] ; for example, [0. A hexadecimal color code is a character vector or a string scalar that starts with a hash symbol followed by three or six hexadecimal digits, which can range from 0 to F. The values are not case sensitive. Thus, the color codes ' FF'' ff'' F80'and ' f80' are equivalent. Alternatively, you can specify some common colors by name. This table lists the named Legend options, the equivalent RGB triplets, and hexadecimal color codes.
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