Hi everyone. I've been using de wind_rose function for a few days and first of all, I must say it's awesome. But there is still one point that I can't fixe, maybe it cannot be fixed.
With the 'n' parameter, it's possible to change the number of directions subdivision. For example, 'n',8 will divided the 360 degrees into 8 similar parts (45 grads each time). But now, if I want it to be divided into 8 parts, but with different start and end points such as: 25:70,70:115,115:160, etc... How should I proceed?
Can you get my question ? Hope so ;)
I'd be really thankful if you could help me with this problem. Thanks a lot.
Yes this is possible, but there are two caveats:
1. You first need a criterion of your own for determining what defines an outlier.
2. You have to do a *little* extra coding to highlight the points. Here is an example where we highlight the most positive point only. This is the case because I deliberately have avoided adding too many extra features such as this into the function. The idea is to make it easy for others to modify the plots as needed.
Here is a toy example:
Mathew, what you're asking for is already possible with just one more line of code:
legend([H.data],'A','B','C') %add legend