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Multiple Y Axes 15

Posted by Loren Shure,

We were musing here about how common it is to want more than two Y axes on a plot. Checking out the File Exchange, there seem to be several candidates, indicating that this is something at least some people find useful.... read more >>

Web Treats

Posted by Loren Shure,

I have had occasion to visit MathWorks website recently and discovered a couple of interesting pages.... read more >>

Another Possible Surprise – Ignored NaN Values 9

Posted by Loren Shure,

Another Possible Surprise – Ignored NaN Values  Ever have some data that might have some NaN values? And you start doing computations with these data, expecting |NaN|s to propagate... Only to find later, that the |NaN|s only went... read more >>

Graphical Display Techniques – Part 2 6

Posted by Loren Shure,

Graphical Display Techniques – Part 2  In a recent post I discussed how to use different linestyles, colors, and marker properties to ensure that lines are markers that you superimpose on a plot will be visible, regardless of what... read more >>

Graphical Display Techniques – Part 1 9

Posted by Loren Shure,

Graphical Display Techniques – Part 1  I've recently been working with some customers who need to display extra information on top of a plot. Steve showed some examples for superimposing lines on images in such a way so they are visible despite what's going on in... read more >>

MATLAB for Typography? 4

Posted by Loren Shure,

MATLAB for Typography?  I was wandering around the web and came across work by Ankur Pawar on flickr. He has some beautiful pictures with font embellishments, as well as gorgeous depictions of some transcendental functions. ... read more >>

Coordinating Views 2

Posted by Loren Shure,

Coordinating Views  Ever wanted to have coordinated views of multiples plots when you pan or zoom? You can do this in MATLAB. Let's suppose I have two plots and I want to be sure they keep their... read more >>

Carving a Dinosaur 36

Posted by Loren Shure,

Carving a Dinosaur  Today I’d like to introduce a guest blogger, Ben, who is consultant over in The MathWorks UK. Some of you may have come across his customer projects and demos on image processing. He’s... read more >>

Hold Everything! 31

Posted by Loren Shure,

Hold Everything!  Have you ever tried to overlap more than one plot, only to find that you had to fiddle with a few times before it looked right? Perhaps this is because you aren't take... read more >>

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