"IceHaven" wrote in message <firstname.lastname@example.org>... > "GIRAY YALCIN" <email@example.com> wrote in message <firstname.lastname@example.org>... > > Howdy Folks, > > > > So I have a dilemma; I will condense the issue here, so that it may be easier to digest the question. > > > > Let's assume that my data consists of 3 points. Just for giggles, assume that they are at points [10, 2], [15, 3] and [20,4]. > > > > How can I give unique colors to the data that I want. Instead of saying legend('data1','data2','data3'), my goal is to uniquely identify the colors within the legend. > > > > For example, the following code works fine, but it uses the "legend's" reference to data points. > > > > R=[1 0 0]; > > G=[0 1 0]; > > B=[0 0 1]; > > > > X=[10, 2]; > > Y=[15, 3]; > > Z=[20,4]; > > plot(X(1),X(2),'x','LineWidth',10,'Color', R) > > hold on > > plot(Y(1),Y(2),'x','LineWidth',10,'Color', G) > > plot(Z(1),Z(2),'x','LineWidth',10,'Color', B) > > legend('data1','data2','data3') > > > > Is there a way to say something like this: > > > > legend('data1',R,'data2',G,'data3',B) > > > > Or perhaps another way to add legend to the plot without calling the legend function? > > > > Maybe even showing a jpeg image, which I created in paint, on the outside left corner of the plot? > > > > What do you think the most ingenious way of approaching this issue is? > > > > Thanks. > > To clarify, you don't want your legend colors to match the plot colors? Or do you want them to still be connected?