This video also shows a simple technique for understanding lines of code where there are many functions acting as inputs to other functions.
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Thank you, Doug. May I point out a little function that I made that does just that, and also adds a large selection of options? Maybe some of your readers are interesed. See ‘lscatter’ on the FEX, http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/28079-lscatter-scatter-plot-with-labels-instead-of-markers
Wrap code fragments inside <pre> tags, like this:
a = magic(3);
If you have a "<" character in your code, either follow it with a space or
replace it with "<" (including the semicolon).
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