# bubblelim

## Syntax

## Description

`bubblelim(`

sets the bubble size limits
for the current axes. Specify limits as a two-element vector of the form `limits`

)```
[bmin
bmax]
```

, where `bmax`

is greater than `bmin`

.
When you set the limits, the smallest bubble in the axes corresponds to
`bmin`

, and the largest bubble corresponds to `bmax`

.
For example, `bubblelim([10 50])`

maps the smallest and largest bubbles to
the data values `10`

and `50`

respectively.

`lim = bubblelim`

returns the bubble limits of the current axes as a
two-element vector.

`bubblelim(`

enables either automatic
or manual mode for setting the limits. Specify `modevalue`

)`modevalue`

as
`'auto'`

to let MATLAB^{®} set the limits according to the range of your plotted data. Specify
`'manual'`

to hold the limits at the current value.

`mv = bubblelim('mode')`

returns the current bubble limits mode
value, which is either `'auto'`

or `'manual'`

. By default,
the mode value is `'auto'`

unless you specify limits or set the mode value
to `'manual'`

.

`___ = bubblelim(`

sets the limits in the specified axes instead of the current axes. Specify
`ax`

,___)`ax`

before all other input arguments in any of the previous syntaxes.
You can include an output argument if the original syntax supports an output argument. For
example, `lim = bubblelim(ax)`

returns the limits for the axes
`ax`

.

## Examples

## Input Arguments

## Version History

**Introduced in R2020b**