Change the color of an individual curve or surface.
For standard plots, you can use the color option in the plot command.
Changing the Color of a Plot
Click an individual curve (or surface in the case of a 3-D plot) in the plot region. The curve becomes highlighted.
From the Plot menu, select Color. Alternatively, select the option in the Context Panel.
Select a color.
The curve is displayed with the selected color.
For three dimensional plots, you can also use shading. For information about shading, see Change Shading.
Note: To change the default colors used for coloring curves in 2-D plots, use the plots[setcolors] command. To set the default colors for future instances of Maple, put the plots[setcolors] command in a Maple initialization file. See plots[setcolors].
Overview of Plot Menu for 2-D and 3-D Plots
Plot Color Options
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