Code covered by the BSD License
09 Jun 2011
Split/Merge Matlab figures.
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Split/Merge Matlab figure using a reference to the figures.
It can be given as a list of paths to one or more *.fig file, or as a list of opened figure handles.
Splitting figure takes a copy of each axes from a figure (or a list of figures) into new ones (one axes per figure).
Merging figures takes a copy of each axes into several axes, all in a new figure.
That said, though, I don't really understand some of the inputs. ¿ SubsLoc? ¿ Is the "true" in examples related to the order?
Great to merge several figures in one. I used it to clone an existing figure , paste it into a subplot, and force diferent azimuth/elevation cameras.
Very useful. The only problem I had is that it messes up the figure if the original axes units were not normalized. This can be fixed by inserting
set(C, 'Position', NewPos);
Also exactly what I was looking for. If you want it display the legend as well, just insert this at line 162 (assuming your previous figures had a legend):
Perfect. Exactly what it says. It will leave me from some headaches...
Does not return handles of subplot in SubHdl as these are deleted in line 160.
Handles should be of new object created as:
SubHdl(k) = copyobj(OldGca, FigHdl);
set(SubHdl(k), 'Position', NewPos);
Also it does not produce legends, otherwise it is useful.
Exactly, what I was looking for. The function compensates for essential but missing functionality in Matlab.