Contents | Previous | Next | Subchapters |

Syntax |
`gintercept(` x-intercept`, ` y-intercept`)` x-intercept`, ` y-intercept`, ` z-intercept`)` |

See Also | gxyzaxis |

Menu Command | Graphics | Intercepts |

Sets the point at which the

*x*

-axis,
*y*

-axis, and
*z*

-axis,
intersect, where
*z*

-intercept is not specified, it is 0 by default.)
If the argument is a character row vector it must be either
"min", "center", or "max".

If you enter

```
```

ginit

x = seq(11) - 6

gplot(x, 5 - x^2)

O-Matrix will plot a parabola.
You can set the *x*

-axis along the top of the parabola by entering
```
```

gintercept(0, 5)

If you enter

```
```

ginit

x = seq(11) - 6

gplot(x, 5 - x^2)

gintercept("center", "max")

O-Matrix will plot a parabola with the
axis intercept point in the middle of the
*x*

-axis and at the top of the
*y*

-axis.