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Is there any simplier way to plot in a specific style?

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  • Subject: [mg92383] Is there any simplier way to plot in a specific style?
  • From: Yiping Huang <u930309 at oz.nthu.edu.tw>
  • Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2008 07:34:35 -0400 (EDT)

Every time I plot the figure, I need to give a lot of parameters to make sure the plot can show with specific format. I feel it is not so convenient for me. 

I try to create another plot function, the new definition looks like:

Plott[data_]:=Plot[data,{specific format}]

However, it is still not so convenient, because I need to change the axes label for x,y axes. I don't know how to create a function with input contain string. How to create a function defined as:

Plott[data_,"label x","label y"]=Plot[data_,...]

So that I can input string and the data I want to create the figure with specific format.

Is there any way can simplify the plot command? Or to have an systematic way to create plots with specific format?


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