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Aide de Scilab >> Graphiques > axes_operations > sca

sca

set the current axes entity

Calling Sequence

a=sca(a)

Arguments

a

a handle, the handle on the Axes entity

Description

sca(a) is used to set the current Axes entity (see graphics_entities) to the one pointed to by the handle a. The drawing functions generaly use the current axes entity.

Examples

clf()
a1=newaxes(); 
a1.axes_bounds=[0,0,1.0,0.5];
t=0:0.1:20;
plot(t,acosh(t),'r')
a2=newaxes();
a2.axes_bounds=[0,0.5,1.0,0.5];
x=0:0.1:4;
plot(x,sinh(x))

sca(a1); //make first axes current
plot(t,asinh(t),'g')
legend(['acosh','asinh'])
sca(a2); //make second axes current
legend('sinh')

See Also

  • subplot — divise une fenêtre graphique en sous-fenêtres
  • gda — Return handle of default axes.
  • newaxes — Creates a new Axes entity
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