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14 May 2012 Screenshot fig- the exact figure size and no white space Create publication-quality figures; easily define the figure's size, font of all labels, titles... Author: Reza figure, fonts, size, publish, save, figure size 87 16
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12 Jun 2012 fig- the exact figure size and no white space Create publication-quality figures; easily define the figure's size, font of all labels, titles... Author: Reza

Please drop me an email with a minimal example that reproduces your issue.

tnx

14 May 2012 fig- the exact figure size and no white space Create publication-quality figures; easily define the figure's size, font of all labels, titles... Author: Reza

Hi,

This issue should be directly addressed in export_fig, as let's say a 'soft-crop'.

However, in order to keep some white space around the graphs, a quick fix could be fig('border','on',...) along with export_fig -nocrop.

cheers

17 Apr 2012 fig- the exact figure size and no white space Create publication-quality figures; easily define the figure's size, font of all labels, titles... Author: Reza

A new version is available with bugs fixes. This version has been revised for future updates. Drop me an email for any question.

15 Mar 2011 export_fig Exports figures nicely to a number of vector & bitmap formats. Author: Oliver Woodford

Great function!

When working with images, that would be great to export the lines, texts, legend, etc. in a vector format and the images in a pixel format (ideally both in one pdf file). You might know that there has been some work done in the original exportfig http://www.mathworks.com/company/newsletters/digest/december00/export.html

I think it will be a great feature!

15 Mar 2011 ROC curve compute a ROC curve Author: Giuseppe Cardillo

Thanks for the update.
P.S. I work with images of 2000x2000 pixels, so... ;)

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25 Mar 2014 fig- the exact figure size and no white space Create publication-quality figures; easily define the figure's size, font of all labels, titles... Author: Reza Phillip

Does not work for imshow?
It still produces boarders for me...
:(

20 Nov 2013 fig- the exact figure size and no white space Create publication-quality figures; easily define the figure's size, font of all labels, titles... Author: Reza giovdain

10 May 2013 fig- the exact figure size and no white space Create publication-quality figures; easily define the figure's size, font of all labels, titles... Author: Reza arnold

Hi Reza,

your function works as advertised yet I don't understand why setting a width and height in centimeters/inch is of any value if no resolution is given at the same time (dpi or 'dots per centimeter'), I really don't get it. As it is one basically only sets an aspect ratio or not?
If anything I want to be able to size and export my figures using exact dimensions (cm/inch) At a given resolution!

I never understood why matlab doesn't offer an export resolution for their figures. I am now using your 'fig' function to create the proper aspect ration and use 'export_fig' (-r300) from the fileexchange here to export at a given resolution.
Ideally this would be fused togeter with export_fig

Obviously one wants to export most figures as a vector graphic where resolution plays no role, but that can't be done with all figures :)

26 Mar 2013 fig- the exact figure size and no white space Create publication-quality figures; easily define the figure's size, font of all labels, titles... Author: Reza Nicholas

Hi, very good application. One question that I have is the following. Is it possible to create a figure of lets say 640x480 pixels, with a small border (i.e "border", "on") and then save it as a PNG with resolution 300 dpi ??

12 Mar 2013 fig- the exact figure size and no white space Create publication-quality figures; easily define the figure's size, font of all labels, titles... Author: Reza Hamza, Abdelbaset

Very nice work, thank you!

I have a question, in the header of the function, did you mean to switch these two dimensions, or this is the correct one:

% Note: For IEEE journals, one column wide standard is 8.5cm (3.5in), and two-column width standard is 17cm (7 1/16 in)

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