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19 Mar 2012 ConvertPlot4Publication Adjusts figures for consistent appearance and saves them in multiple formats Author: Christoph Brueser figure, plot, export 64 13
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19 Mar 2012 ConvertPlot4Publication Adjusts figures for consistent appearance and saves them in multiple formats Author: Christoph Brueser

@Jeff: Thanks for the bug report. I fixed this issue in the latest update (currently in review with MathWorks).

@Markus: Thanks again. You are right, the function currently handles colorbars like any other axis object. I will have to add some special code so that it will treat them correctly. Hopefully, I can include a fix in the next update.

13 Mar 2012 ConvertPlot4Publication Adjusts figures for consistent appearance and saves them in multiple formats Author: Christoph Brueser

Hi Jannick,

the ~ syntax for return argument was newly introduced in MATLAB R2009b. It is used to mark unwanted return values. If you have a version prior to R2009b, you can just replace the ~ in this line by a dummy variable name. I.e.

[dummy, idx] = sort(posMat(:,2),1,'descend');

12 Mar 2012 ConvertPlot4Publication Adjusts figures for consistent appearance and saves them in multiple formats Author: Christoph Brueser

Hello Jeff, thanks for your feedback.

I've just submitted an updated version of the file which should now properly handle grids of subplots (i.e. it will no longer just stack them on top of each other, but maintain the correct column order).

The update should be online as soon as Mathworks approves it.

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15 Jan 2014 ConvertPlot4Publication Adjusts figures for consistent appearance and saves them in multiple formats Author: Christoph Brueser Jonne

04 Oct 2013 ConvertPlot4Publication Adjusts figures for consistent appearance and saves them in multiple formats Author: Christoph Brueser Eneko

Hi
Many thanks for this excellent function, it is really helping me a lot.

However, I am experiencing the same problem as the one Bahaa has commented below. When trying to use the function with an asymmetric figure, the results are not as if they were symmetric.

I have been trying to do the next example:

%********************
figure
subplot(3,1,[1 3 5])
plot(x,y)
subplot(3,1,[2 4])
plot(x2,y2)
subplot(3,1,6)
plot(x3,y3)
ConvertPlot4Publication('Figure', 'fontsize', 9, 'eps', 'off', 'png', 'off', 'fig', 'off')
%********************

I wanted to know if there is any possibility for this to be done or if the Figure must be symmetric.

Many thanks in advance,

Eneko

04 Oct 2013 ConvertPlot4Publication Adjusts figures for consistent appearance and saves them in multiple formats Author: Christoph Brueser Eneko

03 Oct 2013 ConvertPlot4Publication Adjusts figures for consistent appearance and saves them in multiple formats Author: Christoph Brueser Eneko

17 Mar 2013 ConvertPlot4Publication Adjusts figures for consistent appearance and saves them in multiple formats Author: Christoph Brueser Henrik

Hi
I have a problem with this function in combination with legendflex: http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/31092-legendflex-a-more-flexible-legend
For some reason it sees the legend as a subplot.. Here's an example of the problem:

y1 = randn(1000,1);
plot(y1)
legh={'leg1'};
legendflex(legh,'xscale',0.5)
ConvertPlot4Publication('testPlot')

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