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Questions about applying a consistent look or form to Mathematica output, including use of the built-in styling constructs (Style, PlotStyle, etc). For questions specific to styling in notebooks with stylesheet properties please use the [stylesheet] tag.

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The first block of code you show, BarChart[{-10, -5, 10, 50}, AxesLabel -> {"X-Axis", "Y-Axis"}, ChartLabels -> {"1", "2", "3", "4"}, ChartStyle -> {"Pastel"}, BaseStyle -> {FontFamily -> "Latin …
answered Dec 7 '17 by Szabolcs
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Edited based on @halmir's comment. You can specify the colours manually by wrapping the community specifications in Style[..., colour]. For example, g = RandomGraph[{10, 20}] communities … = FindGraphCommunities[g] (* {{4, 6, 7, 8, 10}, {1, 2, 9}, {3, 5}} *) CommunityGraphPlot[g, MapThread[Style, {communities, ColorData[81] /@ Range@Length[communities]}]] Let us also evaluate the …
answered May 15 '17 by Szabolcs
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[1, 0, 0]]\) and a bar" It's just plain substitution. EDIT: This view also gives ideas on how to break substitution: It appears that there is no special support for styling, it's all a side effect of how style boxes are encoded in strings. …
answered Feb 11 '15 by Szabolcs
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This can be achieved using the PlotTheme -> "Default". I couldn't find this in the documentation so I though it would be useful to share. BoundaryDiscretizeRegion[Ball[], PlotTheme -> "Default"] …
answered Nov 2 '16 by Szabolcs
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Options@KnotData["Trefoil"] (* {Boxed -> False, PlotRange -> {All, All, All}, PlotRangePadding -> {Automatic, Automatic, Automatic}, ViewPoint -> {0, 0.01, 5}} *) You can see the ViewPoint above …
answered Nov 27 '17 by Szabolcs