A script to convert MATLAB/Octave into TikZ figures for easy and consistent inclusion into LaTeX.
Author: Nico Schlömer
very useful tool and thanks very much for that.
A rather unusual remark/question: I'm confused by all the 'updates' you've been undertaking. I try to keep the files I use updates hence I check this website regularly. You have 'updated' the contribution several times under the pretense of 'present the contribution link more prominently'. I suppose you don't just do this to bump this file up the 'most recent' list but I can never find an update.
I guess I'm not the only one spending time to check for whatever it is you updated in the code. As good as the code is, the 'recently updated' list on the file exchange becomes rather useless if everybody did that, or are you trying to move everybody over to github :)
I use imagescnan quite a bit. However, I can't export those figures as pdf since the white patches masking the nan areas are always dropped when using export_fig. I can't seemt to find a way to keep the patches. Exporting using standard pdf export works fine in this regard, yet it's very clumsy.... that's why export_fig is always first :)
The textcolor 'xor' property does not work for me. It looks odd when rendered but when I try to save the figure as pdf, jpg or some other image format, all the text returns to black thus unreadable if the colormap has very dark values in some areas.
Excellent tool. Needed a quick bug fix in 2014b:
in efmenu.m, replace everything with set(0,.. with set(groot,.. and get(0,.. with get(groot,... Also fixed line 95:
Replace everything with set(0,.. with set(groot,.. and get(0,.. with get(groot,... in other files as well
22 Oct 2014
Interpolates (& extrapolates) NaN elements in a 2d array.
I know it is an old file and coding standards have changed but this file is over 500 lines of code while it could be half the size
There is a lot of repetition which leads to errors out of copy pasted parts e.g.
elseif length(tickx) == 0;
elseif length(tickposx) == 0;
16 Oct 2014
Like subplot, but easier, and WYSIWYG export to file. Also fixes dashed/dotted lines in export.
Hi Max - margins are respected between panels within their parent and between the root panel and the edges of the canvas (figure or image file) - see doc panel/margin.
Hence, if you set a zero margin for "p", you'll see your child axes butt right up against the figure edge. Their own margins are not respected versus the figure edge.