Many of you may know export_fig by Yair (originally created by Oliver Woodford) which gives you many options for exporting your figures. jmrplens's setfigpaper reminded me of this. It's much simpler in the things it does, but it's elegantly simple, with options that are typically needed for formating your figure.
Here is a sample figure from the example code that is included with this entry.
Then you call setfigpaper with appropriate parameters.
What's impressive is that he has tested this with over 70 different plot types (see the help for this function), including parallelplot which was introduced in R2019a.
New Reputation Points and Short-Term Leaderboard
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