Does not show anything if there is no overlap. I'd like to see separated circles of size proportional to number of elements in them. Please don't make a new figure by default. Also how to make several diagrams have the same (or similar) resolution? I'm creating multiple diagrams on the same figure in subplots. Another suggestion - it would be nice to be able to customize colors and labels (position, font, etc).
Sorry for not addressing problems for this submission for a long time. I found if you have axes with prospective mode turned on, the function returns wrong points some time.
So, I have 3 choices:
1) Check prospective mode and issue a warning
2) Force axes to prospective mode off just before selection
3) Somehow calculate projection even if prospective mode on. Currently I have no idea how to do it.
A great little utility. I also had problems getting the correct points. However, I was able to overcome this by always setting the axes to be uniform (n x n x n).
eg/ axis([-50 50 -50 50 -50 50 1 3]), where 1 and 3 are colour scaling.
Thanks, it is useful, but how can we convert the cell array back to a column?
For example, if cell1 is 1*6 [1 2 3 4 5 6], and cell2 is 1*4 [7 8 9 10], how can we get the column vector [1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10]'? Many thanks