Pole-zero plot of dynamic system model with plot customization options

`h = pzplot(sys)`

`pzplot(sys)`

`pzplot(sys1,sys2,...,sysN)`

`pzplot(ax,...)`

`pzplot(...,plotoptions)`

plots the poles and transmission zeros of the dynamic
system model
`h`

= pzplot(`sys`

)`sys`

and returns the plot handle `h`

to the
plot. Use this function to generate a pole-zero map with customizable plot
options such as `FreqUnits`

, `TimeUnits`

, and
`IOGrouping`

. For more information about using and
interpreting pole-zero maps, see `pzmap`

.

`pzplot(`

plots the poles and
transmission zeros of the dynamic
system model
`sys`

)`sys`

. `x`

and `o`

indicates
poles and zeros respectively.

`pzplot(`

plots into the axes
specified by `ax`

,...)`ax`

instead of the current axis
`gca`

.

`pzplot(...,`

plots the
poles and transmission zeros with the options specified in
`plotoptions`

)`plotoptions`

. For more information on the ways to change
properties of your plots, see Ways to Customize Plots.