@Caike
Can you be more specific with your problem? Currently, the length of all caps are set to be 10% of the errors in the other axis, e.g. the cap along x-axis has a length of 10% of errors in y-axis.
You can either leave comments here or shoot me a line @ anqi2000@gmail.com
Hello Qi An,
That's a really nice function! I'm having some problems with the proportions of the 'T' marks at the end of the errorbars. Is there a way to change the size or control its proportions?
Regards.
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05 May 2014
plotyyy
PLOTYYY - Extends plotyy to include a third y-axis
@ B.M.
I don't have the problem you mentioned. I tried the example below and multiple plots can be drawn on the same plot:
x = 1:10;
xe = 0.5*ones(size(x));
y = sin(x);
ye = std(y)*ones(size(x));
H=errorbarxy(x,y,xe,ye,{'ko', 'b', 'r'});
hold on;
y=cos(x);
H=errorbarxy(x,y,xe,ye,{'ko', 'r', 'b'});
hold off;
If you still have problem, either leave comment here or email me @ anqi2000@gmail.com.
As for the second question, see my example above again. If you use 'ko-' in the first element of the formatting string, data points are connected. Instead, if you use 'ko', data points are plotted in circles and isolated.
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