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Topic: How to set the minimum visible value on an axis
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dean86

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How to set the minimum visible value on an axis
Posted: Feb 28, 2013 6:35 AM
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Hi everyone,
I have this problem, I'm trying to plot a graph in matlab and I need to have as the minimum value of the y axis 9.90e+14. Now I tried to use ylim or the command "axis" but always matlab shows me "0" as first value and due to this on the plot it seems and I have 0 on the line of my graph but truly is not zero but to show this I have to get a zoom 2,3 times. I hope you understood my problem and someone can help me.

Thanks in advance.



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