R's abline draws a straight line parameterised by
y = ax+b on the x-y 2D coordinate plan.
What's Julia's equivalent of that in Plots.jl?
Plots.abline! which draws a straight line in the form of
ax+b respecting axis limits of the plot. So it will not actually go to infinity but does not require you to know what the axis limits are beforehand.
plot(x->((x^2+3x+2)/(x-2)), 6, 30, xlim=(6,30), size=(300,300)) # draw oblique asymptote to the above function (y=x+5) Plots.abline!(1, 5, line=:dash)
You can also plot a straight line using only two points that are on the line. This should also respect the axis limits.
plot!([x1, x2], [y1, y2], seriestype = :straightline, kwargs...)
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