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18 Jun 2013 Y-labels alignment in subplots Function to align the ylabels within a figure containing multiple subplots Author: gbernardi ylabel alignment subp... 22 1
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02 Oct 2013 Speech Spectrogram High quality speech spectrogram plot generation routine Author: Kamil Wojcicki

I really like the visual result of your function. I have a question, though:
where does that black dots grid-like superimposed to the spectrograms come from?

18 Jun 2013 Y-labels alignment in subplots Function to align the ylabels within a figure containing multiple subplots Author: gbernardi

I updated the file to solve the bug occurring when legends were added.
Apparently,

findall(gcf,'type','axes');

returns not only the axes' handles but also the legends' handles, which I didn't know.

09 May 2013 M-file Header Template Promotes better m-file documentation by encouraging authors to produce informative headers. Author: Denis Gilbert

Great job. It's always been confusing to decide what information to put and in which order in my files.
Now, you finally solved that problem :)

06 Nov 2012 matlab2tikz/matlab2tikz A script to convert MATLAB/Octave into TikZ figures for easy and consistent inclusion into LaTeX. Author: Nico Schlömer

Armin Schoisswohl's solution did the trick! ;)

06 Nov 2012 matlab2tikz/matlab2tikz A script to convert MATLAB/Octave into TikZ figures for easy and consistent inclusion into LaTeX. Author: Nico Schlömer

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18 Jun 2013 Y-labels alignment in subplots Function to align the ylabels within a figure containing multiple subplots Author: gbernardi gbernardi

I updated the file to solve the bug occurring when legends were added.
Apparently,

findall(gcf,'type','axes');

returns not only the axes' handles but also the legends' handles, which I didn't know.

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