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You can plot points in MATLAB using the `scatter`

function. The scatter function takes two arguments, representing the x-coordinates and y-coordinates of the data points.

For example, to plot the points (1,2), (3,4), and (5,6), you could use the following commands:

```
x = [1 3 5];
y = [2 4 6];
scatter(x, y)
```

In addition to the x- and y-coordinates, the `scatter`

function also accepts a number of optional arguments that allow you to customize the appearance of the plot. For example, you can specify the color, size, and shape of the markers using the `'Color'`

, `'SizeData'`

, and `'Marker'`

properties.

Here is an example that creates a scatter plot with red markers of size 10 and square shape:

```
x = [1 3 5];
y = [2 4 6];
scatter(x, y, 'Color', 'r', 'SizeData', 10, 'Marker', 's')
```

You can also add labels, titles, and a legend to your scatter plot. For example, the following commands will add a title, axis labels, and a legend to the previous plot:

```
x = [1 3 5];
y = [2 4 6];
scatter(x, y, 'Color', 'r', 'SizeData', 10, 'Marker', 's')
title('Scatter Plot Example')
xlabel('x')
ylabel('y')
legend('data')
```

You can plot points in MATLAB using the scatter function. The scatter function takes two arguments, representing the x-coordinates and y-coordinates of the data points.

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