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How to put x-Label below the x-Axis? [duplicate]

How to put label "Iterations" below x-axis? Possibly in an easy way without multiple commands. ...
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Retrieving the ImagePadding in absolute units

Consider the following graphic: g = Graphics[Circle[], Frame -> True, FrameLabel -> {"one", "two"}] Retrieving the ...
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Positioning axes labels

I need to change the position of my axes labels such that the y-axis label is in the middle and parallel to the y-axis. I'd also like the x-axis label to be in the middle of the x-axis rather than ...
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Position of axes labels

I have a 2D parametric plot like the following: ...
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How to change the position of axes label? [closed]

How to change the position of axes label such that the label of the vertical axes appears at the bottom and the label of the horizontal axis appear in the left? ...
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BarChart: Want to rotate and place a y-axis label on the left side

I would like to know if it's posible to place the y-axis label roated on the left side without using Frame->True and ...
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How can I have an axis label automatically positioned below the X-axis? [duplicate]

I'm attempting to generate some histograms, and I'd like to automatically label the X-axis. However, Histogram[. . ., AxesLabel -> {"X", "Y"}] places the "X" ...
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How to set the position of the axis label in program?

I have studied the relational contents through the webpage Placing x-axes label below rather than at end of axes, but not found: (1)How to put annotation on the left of y axis and display the graphic ...
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How to label the axes without keeping the frame?

I have this plot And I shall label the axes as if I were in the Frame ambient that is, putting $t$ and $d\psi/dt$ on the axis but not at their top and right (like in the normal ...
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How can I move the x-axis label beneath (instead of at the end of) the x-axis?

I borrowed this code from a Wolfram demo. I looked at several answers to the general question of how to move the x-axis label from the end of the x-axis to beneath it (use ...
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