LORENA: This file uses a very bad method of drawing and can therefore not be used to draw inside existing plots or subplots. However, that is completely possible with my other submission, polar2. Now, if there is a feature in this file that you need and cannot find in polar2, just let me know with a comment to that file, and I will check if I can implement it.
I have loaded pp.m. I would like to show my graphics in axes_handles,is this possible? (I have a GUI), because I have been looking the code and I don't know how change this option. Thank you, Lorena.
I'm plotting normalized power radiation pattern in dB scale 0 to [-inf]. Your code does not seem to work at all when 0 is defined as the maximum value. When I try with other data with 0 as the least value, your code works awesome.
There is an error at least on OS X - the variables TraceMax and TraceMin are initialized as empty stings, which leads to strange behavior when catenating with doubles.
This leads to the error 'Centre value is same as maximum input value' being thrown erroneously.
I suggest changing lines 1326 and 1313 to
TraceMax = ;
TraceMin = ;
That is correct. This function has very many limitations. My suggestion is to rewrite the function with a bit less functionality and fewer ugly hacks, or pester your local Mathworks representative to improve the functionality of the built-in polar function.