To set a title on the x-axis or y-axis use setXtitle ( ) or setYtitle ( ):

var wGraph = new cGraph(400,200);
wGraph.setXrange(-3,3);
wGraph.drawFunction("sin(Math.PI*x)");
wGraph.setXtitle("x / pi");wGraph.setYtitle("sin ( x )");
wGraph.printInWindow("","Axis Titles");

Labeling the Drawings

It's often useful to label the drawings, especially when there are more than drawing
on the graph. To write a label on the last drawing drawn on the graph, use addLabel ( ):

var wGraph = new cGraph(400,200);
wGraph.setXrange(-3,3);
wGraph.setXtitle("x / pi");
wGraph.drawFunction("sin(Math.PI*x)");
wGraph.addLabel("sin(x)",0.9,0.8);
wGraph.drawFunction("cos(Math.PI*x)");
wGraph.addLabel("cos(x)",-0.9,0.9);
wGraph.printInWindow("","Labeling the Drawings");

The cGraph method addLabel ( ) adds to the last cDrawing object added to the graph. You can add a label
to any drawing any place before print(), using the cDrawing addLabel ( ) method, but this
means that you need to identify the drawings (by naming them). The above graph could have been written:

var wGraph = new cGraph(400,200);
wGraph.setXrange(-3,3);
wGraph.setXtitle("x / pi");
var wFunc1 = wGraph.drawFunction("sin(Math.PI*x)");
var wFunc2 = wGraph.drawFunction("cos(Math.PI*x)");
wFunc1.addLabel("sin(x)",0.9,0.8);wFunc2.addLabel("cos(x)",-0.9,0.9);
wGraph.printInWindow("","Labeling the Drawings");

Note that there can only be one label per drawing, and that the label is drawn in the same colour as the
drawing itself.

Text on a Diagram

You can only add one label per drawing, but you can write as much free text as you like,
using the drawText ( ) method. These texts are not linked to any particular drawing, and they are always
coloured black:

var wGraph = new cGraph(200,200);
wGraph.setXgrid(0);
wGraph.setYstretch(1);
wGraph.drawCurve("cos(t)","sin(t)",Math.PI/2,5*Math.PI/2,5);
wGraph.drawText("Pentagon",-0.35,0);
wGraph.printInWindow("","Text on a Diagram");