aligning text in plots

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harley on 7 Aug 2013
Commented: SB on 16 Mar 2021
how do i move the point label so its aligned right and higher
x = Vb_ev;
y = pH_ev;
plot(x,y,'ro'), text(Vb_ev, pH_ev,'point X')

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Jan on 7 Aug 2013
text(Vb_ev, pH_ev,'Point X', ...
'HorizontalAlignment', 'right', ...
'VerticalAlignment', 'bottom');

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Suman Saha
Suman Saha on 7 Aug 2013
clear all;clc;close all;
text([1:10]-1.5,[1:10]+1,'Point X')
axis([-1 12 -1 12])

David Sanchez
David Sanchez on 7 Aug 2013
It depends on your plotted data.
will draw your_text in the position (x,y) within your figure. To draw text in upper right corner of your plot,
x = max(x_variable);
y = max(y_variable);
But bear in mind to subtract something from those values in order to place the text within the plot, otherwise it'll be printed just in the top-right corner and you won't be able to see it. For example:
x = max(x_variable)-10;% adapt the subtracted value to your needs
y = max(y_variable)-10;
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harley on 7 Aug 2013
so for that edited above how do i applying these positioning commands

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