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16 Dec 2010 BaFigExPro (v. 2.7) Batch figure export processing with uniform styling. Author: Jonathan Rossel graphics import, graphics export, batch, figure, processing, export 30 22
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28 Sep 2011 BaFigExPro (v. 2.7) Batch figure export processing with uniform styling. Author: Jonathan Rossel

Hi Lube (man, what kind of a name is that? ;-))

Option names
Ok, I see your point now. It's just the help header that is wrong. Use the correct parameter names (as in the parameter structure line 469) to overcome this. I'll update a corrected version when time allows.

Dot scaling:
When dealing with ':' lines, the size parameters are 'linemode', 'linewidth', 'linemin' and 'linemax'. I've done a test and it seems to work correctly ('-' and ':' lines are scaled identically). Send me an example if you still think there is a problem here.

Thanks for your comments!

29 Jul 2011 BaFigExPro (v. 2.7) Batch figure export processing with uniform styling. Author: Jonathan Rossel

Yep, I am still around, but I don't have much time at the moment. Concerning the last comments:

tiff in black and white:
- I've never tested it, it must be in the gs conversion from eps to tiff. You should check what eps2xxx does. It can be avoided, if really necessary, by avoiding the eps altogether (see the help header of fig2public).

latex interpreter:
- yep, I tried to go around the bug in Matlab as best as I could. It works for simple expressions. For the rest, I guess you have to play around with your figures manually.

simple example:
- there are examples in the help header of fig2public. Please read them before commenting...

Zi-An Li:
Thanks for the comment! I leave the corresponding rating to my general incapacity to understand things.

Option names:
I don't see why.

'dot' scaling:
I am not sure to understand your point. Which kind of lines are you speaking of? A pure line (i.e. ':') or a mixture of marker and line (e.g. '.-'). According to your comment, I have the feeling that you're speaking of the 2nd situation. In that case, it's not a bug. It's just that lines and markers are two different things. You therefore have to set the options for both types individually.

Cheers

30 Nov 2010 BaFigExPro (v. 2.7) Batch figure export processing with uniform styling. Author: Jonathan Rossel

Hi,

Thanks for the feedback. Standard options go back to the very first version and should probably be revisited. When I have time, I'll try to find an elegant solution. The best choice of options depends on the kind of figures (multiple axes, log-scales, etc), the figure usage (reports, articles, presentations, etc) and personal tastes (that's a very long list here...). What I usually do is that I put all the most common options in a structure and I call fig2public on different subsets of figures, giving the common option structure as input and redefining the options particular to a set of figures within the calls themselves. By the way, using the 'tight' option is meaningful only if you also use 'eps_loose', otherwise the exported figures should already be quite tight (but the exact figure dimensions not controlled).

If you find a bug, please let me know. It's always worth reading the help headers though.

Enjoy!

13 Sep 2010 BaFigExPro (v. 2.7) Batch figure export processing with uniform styling. Author: Jonathan Rossel

Hi,

Thanks for the feedback. I'll augment the example section of the help header of fig2public for the next release.

J

16 Aug 2010 BaFigExPro (v. 2.7) Batch figure export processing with uniform styling. Author: Jonathan Rossel

Hi,

Thanks for your interest. Can't remove your ratings myself, sorry. For your question:

All the formatting is done via the function formatfig.m. All its options are reachable directly in the call to fig2public. So, you get the option that you need with:
>>help formatfig
Then you use the 'param_name',param_value input (ie in addition to your other options) to set its value, for example:
>>fig2public( ..., 'linemode','fixed','linewidth',2, ... )

Let me know if I am not clear enough.

J

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26 Nov 2013 BaFigExPro (v. 2.7) Batch figure export processing with uniform styling. Author: Jonathan Rossel Johannes

Hello,
great software! One little problem though:
if I export png with renderer "opengl" and define resolutions like this:

OPTIONS.FontMode = 'fixed';
OPTIONS.FontSize = 7.0;
OPTIONS.width = 15;
OPTIONS.eps_res = 800;
OPTIONS.other_resolution = 800;
OPTIONS.eps_renderer = 'opengl';
OPTIONS.other_formats = {'png'};

the fonts are unfortunately waaay to small. It works ok for the "painters" renderer, but I cant use this one due to FaceAlpha and light.
Apparently the fontsize is only correct in the png, when not defining eps_res.
But I have to set it to 800 to get a decent resolution..
Maybe someone knows what to do?
Regards,
Johannes

06 May 2012 BaFigExPro (v. 2.7) Batch figure export processing with uniform styling. Author: Jonathan Rossel yongchang

This is a nice piece of work, very suitable for academic paper.
I strongly recommend it!

16 Apr 2012 BaFigExPro (v. 2.7) Batch figure export processing with uniform styling. Author: Jonathan Rossel F, Lube

the above assumes that if you have a 64-bit OS you're using 64-bit Matlab and 64-bit GS. If not then another function is needed since ispc doesn't tell you if the OS is 32 or 64 bit. cheers,

16 Apr 2012 BaFigExPro (v. 2.7) Batch figure export processing with uniform styling. Author: Jonathan Rossel F, Lube

Line 99 of eps2xxx.m needs to be changed to:

if ispc
if strcmpi(computer,'PCWIN64')
DEF_GS_PATH = 'gswin64c.exe';
else
DEF_GS_PATH = 'gswin32c.exe';
end
else
DEF_GS_PATH = 'gs';
end

Cheers.

15 Feb 2012 BaFigExPro (v. 2.7) Batch figure export processing with uniform styling. Author: Jonathan Rossel Deborah

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