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Re: Re: RegionPlot ignores the AxesLabel Option?


Murray Eisenberg wrote:

>Yes, the same.
>
>Probably because the default for a RegionPlot is Frame->True, you want 
>to use FrameLabel->{"x","y"}.
>
>(However, the "y" label on the left, vertical frame side will be 
>annoyingly rotated 90 degrees -- a reasonable thing for a long text 
>label but a bad choice for a short or, as in your case, single-letter 
>label.)
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>
Use RotateLabel->False if you don't want the text rotated.

Carl Woll
Wolfram Research

>W. Craig Carter wrote:
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>>Does anyone else get this behavior:
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>>RegionPlot[y <= x^2, {x,-1,1}, {y,0,1},AxesLabel->{"x","y"}]
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>>does *not* show the labels?
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>>Thanks, Craig
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