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how to change the font size in a plot (only for the axes numbers)?

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Kobi 22 Aug 2014
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as you can see in the attached image i need to change only the size of the numbers not the title or the colorbar how can i do this? thank you

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rucha k
rucha k 28 Jun 2018
How do I resize fonts of scope (xy axes labeling fonts, numbers on axes, etc) in MATLAB 2015a?

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Ben11 22 Aug 2014
Use the 'FontSize' property of the current axes:

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Ben11 22 Aug 2014
Yep for me it works also; i.e. it does the same as @Star Strider. Please see my comment below. OF course I used dummy values for the ticks and titles font size, but you can resize the title after changing the ticks if you like.
Ben11 22 Aug 2014
Example code:
x = 1:6*pi;
title('This is sin(x) vs x');
outputs this:
What you can do if you want to change the size of the title is assigning it a handle and modify its "FontSize" property directly:
hTitle = title('This is sin(x) vs x');
Adam 22 Aug 2014
Be sure to add the title before setting font size. If you change font size then add the title it will be in the font size you just set. Though you can change it again afterwards.

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Adam 22 Aug 2014
If you search for 'tick labels' or something similar, in the file exchange there are numerous options that replace the tick labels locked into the axes font size with text objects that can be manipulated independently.
I can't vouch for any particular one as I have never used any of them though.

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