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Hi all, I am trying to assign colors to individual bars in a bar plot that I'm making. I was able to do this before using a 3x3 matrix, but now with the 1x3 matrix (called "Slopes" below) I keep getting the error, "??? Index exceeds matrix dimensions. Error in ==> NColdthree at 93 set(bar1(2),'FaceColor','r')" when I try to run the following script:
Slopes = [-0.002 0.010 -0.012];
subplot(1,3,2) bar1 = bar(Slopes);
%Set the colors of the three bars set(bar1(1),'FaceColor','b') set(bar1(2),'FaceColor','r') set(bar1(3),'FaceColor','g')
%Add legend, axis labels, etc. legend(bar1,'P','E','P-E') ylabel 'Regression Coefficients' xlabel('Northern Cold*') title('Linear Trend','FontSize',16) axis([0 4 -0.05 0.05])
Any thoughts on why I can't specify the colors for the 2nd and 3rd bars? Thanks!
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This link says how to. Hope the following illustration helps.
Slopes = [-0.002 0.010 -0.012]; numBars = numel(Slopes); x = 1:numBars; colStr = 'rgbymc'; for i = 1:numBars barHan = bar(x(i),Slopes(i)); set(barHan,'FaceColor',colStr(i)); hold on end
In case you have a lot of bars (therefore need more colors), you can make use of colormaps ( doc colormap ). For example using jet colormap (replace the corresponding lines in the above code):
colStr = jet(numBars); % line 4 set(barHan,'FaceColor',colStr(i,:)); % line 7