Category Archives: Matlab Plotting

Enhanced Matlab Plotting Series: Part VI

Why use classes? If you’ve followed this Enhanced Matlab Plotting Series, it should be apparent that the mPlot class we have created is the definition for a custom object.  That is, we have created an object (strictly speaking its the … Continue reading

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Enhanced Matlab Plotting Series: Part V

Last post we added several helper methods that allowed for easy interface with current line settings.  Think of that functionality as low-level relative to what we are going to discuss this post (by low-level I mean simple or core functionality).  … Continue reading

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Enhanced Matlab Plotting Series: Part IV

During the last post we extended mPlot formatting to axes and figure objects.  This post we are going to add some helper methods to the mPlot class.  Recall back in the second post of this series we added several methods … Continue reading

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Enhanced Matlab Plotting Series: Part III

Axes and Figure Formatting Thus far we have focused on controlling the appearance of lines on a Matlab axes.  Let’s take it one step further and work on the appearance of the figure and axes.  This will expand control beyond … Continue reading

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Enhanced Matlab Plotting Series: Part II

Last post we defined the mPlot class and added properties to define the visual appearance of line objects.   A method to draw data on the current axes object was also added.  This time we are going to add some handy … Continue reading

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Enhanced Matlab Plotting Series: Part I

We all know about Matlab’s unparalleled plotting capabilities.  The signature 3-D surface plot sitting on our desktop as a Matlab icon is a daily reminder.  The intent here is not to delve into surface or mesh plots, but to focus … Continue reading

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