Hi, I’m plotting using `Plots`

and noticed that by default 0,0 is at bottom left. Is there any way by which I can move this to top left (i.e. reverse y-axis).

Thanks

Hi, I’m plotting using `Plots`

and noticed that by default 0,0 is at bottom left. Is there any way by which I can move this to top left (i.e. reverse y-axis).

Thanks

There’s many ways you can flip the y-axis. After running the plot function, you can run

```
yflip!(true)
```

or, if like me you like bundling all the options into the plot function, then, as an example:

```
using Plots
x = range(0, 10, length = 101)
f(x) = x * (x - 4) * (x - 9)
plot(x, f, yflip = true)
```

Alternatively,

```
using Plots
x = range(0, 10, length = 101)
f(x) = x * (x - 4) * (x - 9)
plot(x, f, yaxis = :flip)
```

which produces the same image above.

Check out the documentation for plotting attributes for more info.