Setting 3D plot's centre at origin

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PASUNURU SAI VINEETH
PASUNURU SAI VINEETH on 28 Aug 2021
Commented: Wan Ji on 29 Aug 2021
Hey community, when I plot the 3D graph in a certain program, the intersection of X and Y axes wasn't present on the z=0 plane. I would like to know the command that forces the origin (0,0,0) to be the intersection of axes. I am sharing the plot command and the plot output.
plot3(x,y,z)
xlabel('x [m]')
ylabel('y [m]')
zlabel('z [m]')
grid

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Wan Ji
Wan Ji on 28 Aug 2021
try this
set(gca, 'XAxisLocation', 'origin', 'YAxisLocation', 'origin','ZAxisLocation', 'origin')
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Wan Ji
Wan Ji on 29 Aug 2021
So the only thing to do is
set(gca, 'XAxisLocation', 'origin', 'YAxisLocation', 'origin')
And as for z-axis, can not be set to origin

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