plots a 2-D "line" with c-data as color
Makes a surface object and the colouring is controlled by the colormap.
x = 0:0.1:2*pi;
I found this technique very useful. It seemed relevant to the discussion at
where I posted a comment referencing to this submission. Thanks.
Works pretty well for my system. Thanks!
^ works fine up to million elements (didn't try with more).
The function does NOT refresh the plot. It only adds a new colored line.
Maybe you should clear the figure (clf).
Unfortunately in my hands this function only seems to work for x shorter than 300 elements.
x = 1:301
never generates a plot(i.e. the plot window never refreshes.)
For x=1:300 it works beautifully though.
Is there a simply way to make it work for longer x (e.g. 2500 points).
Exactly what I was looking for! Thanks!
Doesn't seem to work with R2008b. The following is returned for the example:
Warning: size(CData) must equal size(ZData) or size(ZData)-1 for flat shading
Nice. Just what I needed!
let you plot large dataset of coordinate, colored with velocity, in 1 line:
And it's a lot faster!!
This is nice Pekka, I recommend you to include a screenshot.
My 'low' rating is because if the length of the series is short (10 elements for example) the colors are different for the same y-values. My suggestion is to generate colorbands in the y-axis and make linear interpolations in these bands.
Useful function which avoids creating separate line segments for each color. The coloured line produced is a single MATLAB graphics object.
thanks--this is a useful routine for plotting 2-d vectors (e.g. U=[u,v]) on a [u,v] plane, where the color gives the sense of rotation (time evolution) of the vector.