based on an earlier version of the Wolfram Language.
Mathematica provides hundreds of options to control every aspect of the construction and styling of graphics. The options are carefully designed to be both flexible and powerful, and to fit in with Mathematica's sophisticated built-in algorithms for aesthetic optimization.
Joined — whether to join points into lines
Filling — what filling to add under points, curves and surfaces
Mesh — what mesh lines or mesh points to draw
PlotLegends — legends for points, curves, and surfaces
Tooltip — tooltip specifications for curves or other objects
Frame — whether to draw a frame
Boxed — whether to draw a box around the object
RotationAction — whether 3D objects should refit or clip when rotated
ColorData — hundreds of color schemes (gradients, named collections, etc.)
Show — overlap graphics or apply new options
GraphicsGrid — lay out graphics in a grid