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`    65 arguments to the plot command.`
`    65 arguments to the plot command.`
`    66 `
`    66 `
`    67 .. #[[Anoop: I think it will be good to rephrase the sentence]]`
`    67 .. #[[Anoop: I think it will be good to rephrase the sentence]]`
`    68 .. #[madhu: Why "you" here? Shouldn't this be "we" as decided? Also I`
`    68 .. #[madhu: Why "you" here? Shouldn't this be "we" as decided? Also I`
`    69      added "the default" check the diff]`
`    69      added "the default" check the diff]`
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`    70 `
`    70 The additional argument that we shall be passing in here now is the`
`    71 The additional argument that we shall be passing in here now is the`
`    71 colour argument. We shall first clear the figure and plot the same in`
`    72 colour argument. We shall first clear the figure and plot the same in`
`    72 red colour. Hence`
`    73 red colour. Hence`
`    73 `
`    74 `
`    74 .. #[Madhu: Note the diff for changes]`
`    75 .. #[Madhu: Note the diff for changes]`
`    75  ::`
`    76 `
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`    77 ::`
`    76 `
`    78 `
`    77     clf()`
`    79     clf()`
`    78     plot(x, sin(x), 'r')`
`    80     plot(x, sin(x), 'r')`
`    79 `
`    81 `
`    80 As we can see we have the same plot but now in red colour.`
`    82 As we can see we have the same plot but now in red colour.`
`    81 `
`    83 `
`    82 .. #[Madhu: diff again]`
`    84 .. #[Madhu: diff again]`
`    83 `
`    85 `
`    84 To alter the thickness of the line, we use the ``linewidth`` argument in the plot`
`    86 To alter the thickness of the line, we use the ``linewidth`` argument`
`    85 command. Hence`
`    87 in the plot command. Hence ::`
`    86 ::`
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`    87 `
`    88 `
`    88     plot(x, cos(x), linewidth=2)`
`    89     plot(x, cos(x), linewidth=2)`
`    89 `
`    90 `
`    90 produces a plot with a thicker line, to be more precise plot with line`
`    91 produces a plot with a thicker line, to be more precise plot with line`
`    91 thickness 2.`
`    92 thickness 2.`
`    94    same plot, as you have not cleared the figure]]`
`    95    same plot, as you have not cleared the figure]]`
`    95 .. #[Madhu: To Anoop, not necessary I feel since they can see it?]`
`    96 .. #[Madhu: To Anoop, not necessary I feel since they can see it?]`
`    96 `
`    97 `
`    97 {{{ Show the plot and compare the sine and cos plots }}}`
`    98 {{{ Show the plot and compare the sine and cos plots }}}`
`    98 `
`    99 `
`    99 {{{ Pause here and try out the following exercises }}}`
`   100 Pause here and try out the following exercises,`
`   100 `
`   101 `
`   101 .. #[[Anoop: is the above a context switch for the person who does the`
`   102 .. #[[Anoop: is the above a context switch for the person who does the`
`   102    recording, other wise if it an instruction to the person viewing`
`   103    recording, other wise if it an instruction to the person viewing`
`   103    the video, then I guess the three braces can be removed.]]`
`   104    the video, then I guess the three braces can be removed.]]`
`   104 `
`   105 `
`   151 {{{ Show the options available for line style and colors }}}`
`   152 {{{ Show the options available for line style and colors }}}`
`   152 `
`   153 `
`   153 .. #[Madhu: The script needs to tell what needs to be shown or`
`   154 .. #[Madhu: The script needs to tell what needs to be shown or`
`   154      explained.]`
`   155      explained.]`
`   155 `
`   156 `
`   156 {{{ Pause here and try out the following exercises }}}`
`   157 Pause here and try out the following exercises`
`   157 `
`   158 `
`   158 .. #[[Anoop: same question as above, should it be read out?]]`
`   159 .. #[[Anoop: same question as above, should it be read out?]]`
`   159 `
`   160 `
`   160 %% 2 %% Plot the sine curve with green filled circles.`
`   161 %% 2 %% Plot the sine curve with green filled circles.`
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`   162 `
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`   243 `
`   243 The solution is to enclose the whole string in between \$. Hence,`
`   244 The solution is to enclose the whole string in between \$. Hence,`
`   244 ::`
`   245 ::`
`   245 `
`   246 `
`   246     title("Parabolic function \$-x^2+4x-5\$")`
`   247     title("Parabolic function \$-x^2+4x-5\$")`
`   247 #[[Bhanu: Dollar sign should enclose only the math-expression. change`
`   248 `
`   248 made.]]`
`   249 .. #[[Bhanu: Dollar sign should enclose only the math-expression. change`
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`   250    made.]]`
`   249 `
`   251 `
`   250 gives a title that looks neatly formatted.`
`   252 gives a title that looks neatly formatted.`
`   251 `
`   253 `
`   252 Although we have title, the plot is not complete without labelling x`
`   254 Although we have title, the plot is not complete without labelling x`
`   253 and y axes. Hence we shall label x-axis to "x" and y-axis to "f(x)" ::`
`   255 and y axes. Hence we shall label x-axis to "x" and y-axis to "f(x)" ::`