You can customize response plots using interactive plot tools and the plot property editor. Use the functions in this category to generate response plots that are customizable at the command line. For information about linear analysis plots and data, see Time and Frequency Domain Analysis.
|Plot impulse response and return plot handle|
|Plot initial condition response and return plot handle|
|Simulate response of dynamic system to arbitrary inputs and return plot handle|
|Plot step response and return plot handle|
|Plot Bode frequency response with additional plot customization options|
|Plot Nichols frequency responses and return plot handle|
|Nyquist plot with additional plot customization options|
|Plot singular values of frequency response and return plot handle|
|Pole-zero plot of dynamic system model with plot customization options|
|Plot pole-zero map for I/O pairs and return plot handle|
|Create list of Bode plot options|
|Plot options for hsvplot|
|Create list of Nichols plot options|
|List of Nyquist plot options|
|Create list of pole/zero plot options|
|Create list of singular-value plot options|
|Create list of time plot options|
|Set plot options for response plot|
|Return @PlotOptions handle or plot options property|
Understand the scope of any property or preference setting.
Customize plots by changing plot properties.
Set units, fonts, and response plot characteristics in Linear System Analyzer.
Set axes labels and limits, fonts, grids, and other attributes of response plots.
The plot tools property editor lets you interactively customize response plots.
The command-line interface is the most efficient way to customize a large number of plots.
Set plot preferences that persist from session to session.
Create a GUI to display a Control System Toolbox™ response plot that changes in response to interactive input.