Labels and Annotations
Add a title, label the axes, or add annotations to a graph to help convey important information. You can create a legend to label plotted data series or add descriptive text next to data points. Also, you can create annotations such as rectangles, ellipses, arrows, vertical lines, or horizontal lines that highlight specific areas of data.
|Add text descriptions to data points|
|Add text to figure using mouse|
|Vertical line with constant x-value|
|Horizontal line with constant y-value|
|Create data tip|
|Create primitive line|
|Create rectangle with sharp or curved corners|
|Format text with TeX characters|
|Identify axes coordinates|
|ConstantLine Properties||Constant line appearance and behavior|
|Arrow Properties||Arrow appearance and behavior|
|DoubleEndArrow Properties||Double end arrow appearance and behavior|
|Ellipse Properties||Ellipse appearance and behavior|
|Line Properties||Annotation line appearance and behavior|
|Rectangle Properties||Annotation rectangle appearance and behavior|
|TextArrow Properties||Text arrow appearance and behavior|
|TextBox Properties||Text box appearance and behavior|
|Line Properties||Primitive line appearance and behavior|
|Rectangle Properties||Rectangle appearance and behavior|
This example shows how to add a title and axis labels to a chart by using the
Modify the font size and length of graph titles.
Label data series using a legend and customize the legend appearance such as changing the location, setting the font size, or using multiple columns.
This example shows how to add text to a chart, control the text position and size, and create multiline text.
You can add text to a chart that includes Greek letters and special characters using TeX markup.
Annotations are extra information added to a chart to help identify important information.