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How to suppress the "1" from x-axis?

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Sadiq
Sadiq on 29 Apr 2023
Commented: Sadiq on 29 Apr 2023
I want a figure between fitness vs PID gains. I get it but "1" is displayed on x-axis. How to suppress this "1" from x-axis? The required Mat file is hereby attached. The code is given below:
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% By Star Strider on 19-10-2020-I used this one
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clear all
close all
clc
load PIDGains
fitness2sn0=one;
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% Descending Order
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
fitness2sn0=sort(fitness2sn0,'descend');
figure
h1=boxplot([fitness2sn0].');
set(h1,{'linew'},{2})
grid
Ax = gca;
Ax.XLabel.String = '\bf PID Gains';
Ax.YLabel.String = '\bf fitness';
Ax.YScale = 'log';
Ax.YLim = [1E-7 1e-5];
title('\bf Fitness for Kp, Ki and Kd')
set(gca,'linew',2)

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 29 Apr 2023
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Sadiq
Sadiq on 29 Apr 2023
Thank you very much dear Walter Roberson for your kind response. Indeed it works now.

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