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Display image with scaled colors

`imagesc(`

displays
the data in array `C`

)`C`

as an image that uses the
full range of colors in the colormap. Each element of `C`

specifies
the color for 1 pixel of the image. The resulting image is an `m`

-by-`n`

grid
of pixels where `m`

is the number of columns and `n`

is
the number of rows in `C`

. The row and column indices
of the elements determine the centers of the corresponding pixels.

`imagesc(`

specifies
the image location. Use `x`

,`y`

,`C`

)`x`

and `y`

to
specify the locations of the corners corresponding to `C(1,1)`

and `C(m,n)`

.
To specify both corners, set `x`

and `y`

as
two-element vectors. To specify the first corner and let `imagesc`

determine
the other, set `x`

and `y`

as scalar
values. The image is stretched and oriented as applicable.

`imagesc(___,`

specifies
the data values that map to the first and last elements of the colormap.
Specify `clims`

)`clims`

as a two-element vector of the form ```
[cmin
cmax]
```

, where values less than or equal to `cmin`

map
to the first color in the colormap and values greater than or equal
to `cmax`

map to the last color in the colormap.

`imagesc('CData',`

adds
the image to the current axes without replacing existing plots. This
syntax is the low-level version of `C`

)`imagesc(C)`

.
For more information, see High-Level Versus Low-Level Version.

`imagesc(___,`

specifies
image properties using one or more name-value pair arguments. You
can specify image properties with any of the input argument combinations
in the previous syntaxes. For a list of image properties and descriptions,
see Image Properties.`Name,Value`

)

`imagesc(`

creates
the image in the axes specified by `ax`

,___)`ax`

instead of
in the current axes (`gca`

). The option `ax`

can
precede any of the input argument combinations in the previous syntaxes.

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