Based on plotpdftex
Calls matlabfrag to create the *.eps and *.tex Files. After that pdflatex is used to create the pdf File.
mlf2pdf creates the PDF file of the current graphical figure (CGF)
mlf2pdf(H) creates the PDF file from the graphical figure with
handle H, named LaTeXfile.pdf
mlf2pdf(H,FILENAME) creates the PDF file from the graphical figure
with handle H, named FILENAME.PDF (FILENAME is a character array of
the filename, with or without the extension .PDF)
mlf2pdf(H,FILENAME,PACKAGES) to adding
packages such as fonts, mathfont,...
ex: PACKAGES = 'amssymb, times'
It now supports Windows AND Unix Systems.
Oh, that's no problem tobsen. You were quicker than I. What you just figured out by yourself I wanted to suggest you.
You not need to set the interpreter, because mlf2pdf is using pdflatex anyway.
Have fun with Matlab and LaTeX.
Just found out it works with
Sorry for wasting your time :)
Thanks Ralf for the quick reply, I'm rather new to Matlab, so maybe I did something wrong, but the code that doesn't work is this:
% plot water level over flow (Q)
Q = 200:100:50000;
h = zeros(498,1);
j = 1;
h(j) = river_stage(i);
j = j + 1;
ylabel('Stage (m above sea level)');
it is difficult to say what went wrong in your example. Could you please post the relevant code? Do you use $$-enviroment? For me, superscripts work perfectly.
Good work! There is a problem with superscript letters though. I was trying to plot a graph with 'Hm³' in the x-axis text and couldn't get the export to run. I have no idea how to fix this, but I thought it would be nice if someone did.
I added the location using file set path. Everything is working perfectly now. Thanks
Hi David! I had a similar issue, when I moved my scripts from my Ubuntu machine to Mac OS X. I guess mlf2pdf do not find pdflatex on your machine.
At that time Walter Robertson helped me with this problem.
This solution is for a Unix OS, but for Windows you also have set the path for pdflatex in the startup.m file.
I dont know if this is the correct place to ask questions, but...
I had mlf2pdf running on my old machine and have recently upgraded to win7 64bit. Now when I call mlf2pdf it goes through the motions and i see the eps and tex file being generated but the pdf file never materializes despite the output from mlf2pdf being good.
Has anyone else experienced this?
Thanks to Ralf for the UNIX commands...
+ added UNIX Support
mlf2pdf ignored the figure handle. Should work now.
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