PLOT2AXES(X, Y, 'Param1', 'Value1', ...) plots X versus Y with secondary axes. The following parameters are accepted [default values]:
xloc ['top']: location of secondary X-axis
yloc ['right']: location of secondary Y-axis
xscale [1]: scaling factor for secondary X-axis (scalar)
yscale [1]: scaling factor for secondary Y-axis (scalar)
xscale and yscale can also be an anonymous function that describes the relationship between the 2 axes, such as the equation relating Celsius and Fahrenheit: @(x) 5/9*(x-32)
xlim [NaN NaN]
ylim [NaN NaN]:
xlim/ylim in the primary axes (secondary is adjusted accordingly). The default is naturally selected by the plotting function.
PLOT2AXES(@FUN, ...) uses the plotting function @FUN instead of PLOT to produce the plot. @FUN should be a function handle to a plotting function, e.g. @plot, @semilogx, @semilogy, @loglog ,@stem, etc. that accepts the syntax H = FUN(...). Optional arguments accepted by these plotting functions are also allowed (e.g. PLOT2AXES(X, Y, 'r*', ...))
[AX, H] = PLOT2AXES(...) returns the handles of the primary and secondary axes (in that order) in AX, and the handles of the graphic objects in H.
Right-click on the axes to bring up a context menu for adding grids to the axes.
The actual data is plotted in the primary axes. The primary axes lie on top of the secondary axes. After the execution of this function, the primary axes become the current axes. If the next plot replaces the axes, the secondary axes are automatically deleted.
When you zoom and pan, the secondary axes will automatically adjust itself (only available on R2006b or later). For older releases of MATLABĀ®, there will be a "Fix Axes" menu, which let's you adjust the limits.
PLOT2AXES('FixAxes') fixes the secondary limits of all figures created using plot2axes.
Example 1:
x = 0:.1:1;
y = x.^2 + 0.1*randn(size(x));
[ax, h] = plot2axes(x, y, 'ro', 'yscale', 25.4);
title('Length vs Time');
ylabel(ax(1), 'inch');
ylabel(ax(2), 'millimeter');
xlabel('time (sec)');
Example 2:
x = 1:10;
y = 50*rand(size(x));
[ax, h] = plot2axes(x, y, 'ro', 'yscale', @(x) 5/9*(x-32), ...
'xscale', 2.20);
xlabel(ax(1), 'kg'); ylabel(ax(1), 'Fahrenheit');
xlabel(ax(2), 'lb'); ylabel(ax(2), 'Celcius'); |