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In MATLAB, the `plot`

function is used to create a graph of data. One of the optional arguments to the pl`ot function is the `

Color` property, which specifies the color of the plotted data. The color can be specified using a string representing a color name (e.g. 'red', 'green', etc.), a string representing a color code (e.g. '#FF0000' for red), or a three-element RGB vector (e.g. [1 0 0] for red).

Here are some examples of how to use the `Color`

property to specify the color of a plotted data series:

```
% Create a vector of x values
x = 0:0.1:10;
% Plot a sine wave in red
plot(x, sin(x), 'Color', 'red')
% Plot a cosine wave in green
plot(x, cos(x), 'Color', 'green')
% Plot a tangent wave in blue
plot(x, tan(x), 'Color', 'blue')
% Plot an exponential wave in magenta (using a color code)
plot(x, exp(x), 'Color', '#FF00FF')
% Plot a logarithmic wave in yellow (using an RGB vector)
plot(x, log(x), 'Color', [1 1 0])
```

In addition to specifying the color of a plotted data series, you can also use the `colormap`

function to create a custom color map for a figure. A color map is a set of colors that are used to represent the data in a plot. The `colormap`

function takes a matrix of RGB values as an argument, and it sets the color map for the current figure to the specified colors.

Here is an example that creates a custom color map and applies it to a figure:

```
% Create a matrix of RGB values for a custom color map
colormap_data = [0 0 1; % blue 0 1 0; % green 1 0 0]; % red
% Set the colormap for the current figure
colormap(colormap_data)
% Create a vector of x values
x = 0:0.1:10;
% Plot a sine wave
plot(x, sin(x))
% Add a colorbar to the figure
colorbar
```

In MATLAB, the `plot`

function is used to create a graph of data. One of the optional arguments to the pl`ot function is the `

Color` property, which specifies the color of the plotted data. The color can be specified using a string representing a color name (e.g. 'red', 'green', etc.), a string representing a color code (e.g. '#FF0000' for red), or a three-element RGB vector (e.g. [1 0 0] for red).

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