## Problem using margin on plots

using Plots # Create a scatter plot scatter([1, 2, 3, 4], [5, 6, 7, 8], margin=5mm) Solution 1: Using the `margin` argument One way to solve the problem of using margin on

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using Plots # Create a scatter plot scatter([1, 2, 3, 4], [5, 6, 7, 8], margin=5mm) Solution 1: Using the `margin` argument One way to solve the problem of using margin on

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using Plots animation = @animate for i in 1:10 plot(rand(10),rand(10)) end gif(animation, “animation.gif”, fps = 1) Solution 1: Using the Plots package The Plots package in Julia provides a simple way to

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using Plots function animate_tangent_line() x = -5:0.1:5 y = x.^2 anim = @animate for i in 1:length(x) plot(x, y, xlims=(-5,5), ylims=(-5,25), legend=false) plot!(x, x[i]*(x .- x[i]) .+ y[i], xlims=(-5,5), ylims=(-5,25), color=:red) end

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using Plots gr() # Create a plot plot([1, 2, 3], [4, 5, 6], label=”Data 1″) # Erase previous data plots plot!([], [], label=”Data 2″) plot!([], [], label=”Data 3″) Option 1: Using the

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using Plots # Create a sample plot x = 1:10 y = 1:10 z = [i + j for i in x, j in y] heatmap(x, y, z, clim=(0, 20), cmap=:cool) Option

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using Pluto Pluto.run() Solution 1: Reinstall Pluto and its dependencies If Plots gr is broken after updating Pluto dependencies, one possible solution is to reinstall Pluto and its dependencies. This can be

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using Plots using Weave @weave function my_report() @doc “”” # My Report This is a sample report that demonstrates how to use the Weave package to handle multiple plots in a document.

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using Plots using Dates # Generate some random time data x = [now() + Dates.Minute(i) for i in 1:10] y = rand(10) # Create a plot with time data on the x-axis

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using Plots scatter(rand(13056), rand(13056)) savefig(“scatter_plot.png”) Option 1: Using the default savefig function The default savefig function in the Plots package is known to be slow when saving large plots. However, there are

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using Plots plot(sin, -2pi, 2pi) Solution 1: Using the display function One possible solution to the issue of Julia script not showing plots in Pluto is to use the display function. The

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