Axes is an option for graphics functions that specifies whether axes should be drawn.
True draws all axes.
False draws no axes.
True} draws a axis but no axis in two dimensions.
In two dimensions, axes are drawn to cross at the position specified by the option AxesOrigin.
In three dimensions, axes are drawn on the edges of the bounding box specified by the option AxesEdge.
See the Mathematica book: Section 1.9.3, Section 1.9.7, Section 2.9.5, Section 2.9.13.
See also: AxesLabel, Frame, GridLines, Boxed.
This draws a circle of radius 1, centered at the origin, first without axes and then with axes.
Evaluate the cells to compare the graphics.
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