You can set the Grid Style to one of four options:
No gridlines are drawn on the plot area
Straight lines form a grid of squares on the plot area.
Crosses are drawn to indicate points where x and y have integer values (e.g., (1,1), (4,2) etc.).
Lines of constant radius and of constant angle are drawn on the plot area.
Other options for the diagram appearance can also be configured:
- Axis width:
Sets the width of the lines representing the axes.
- Line width:
Sets the width of the lines used for drawing the grid.
- Tic width:
Sets the width of the lines representing tics on the axes.
- Tic length:
Sets the length of the lines representing tics on the axes.
- Show labels
If checked, the names (x, y) of the axes are shown on the plot and the axes' tics are labeled.
- Show axes
If checked, the axes are visible.
- Show arrows
If checked, the axes are displayed with arrows at their ends.