matlab2tikz
A script to convert MATLAB/Octave into TikZ figures for easy and consistent inclusion into LaTeX.
Author: Nico Schlömer

Really nice package! Many thanks!

I am facing some problems though related to subfigures.

1) The error - bars in the subfigures are not printed.I receive the following warning:
"Warning: Error bars discarded (to be implemented)."

2) I am using the suplabel.m to produce super - x/y - labels for the subfigures.
Is there any way to keep the suplabels in the figure when using matlab2tikz? Right now when I insert the figures in latex the suplabels are missing.

3) A final problem I have is with keeping the legend at given position. Any suggestions?

An essential tool from now onward when working in Matlab/LaTeX. There is, though, some trouble in the legends of the plots when TeX symbols or code is introduced (say P_e) and the tikz file takes it as plain text, but I guess it can be fixed (I do it manually in the generated file). Excellent file, thanks.

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13 Mar 2014

matlab2tikz
A script to convert MATLAB/Octave into TikZ figures for easy and consistent inclusion into LaTeX.

first of all, really nice tool! it produces the most beautiful plots in combination with TeX by far!
Just a little question, in order to match german typography I replace all the point seperators by comma seperators -before- using matlab2tikz.
That works pretty well for axis labels, the title and the tick labels. But there seems to be a problem concerning the legend entries:
Some of my legendentries contain numbers which are seperated by points since they are created dynamically using num2str(). They are written in combination with some descriptive text. So one legendentry could be:
$\lambda = 1.5$, $Delta = 3.4$
after replacing the points by commas it could be
$\lambda = 1,5$, $Delta = 3,4$
or
$\lambda = 1{,}5$, $Delta = 3{,}4$ (I tried both types).
After using matlab2tikz on the figure, the "original" comma in the legendentry is kept, while the seperator commas are replaced by point seperators again...
I hope you understand what I mean and maybe you've also got some hints on solving that problem
greetings

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07 Feb 2014

matlab2tikz
A script to convert MATLAB/Octave into TikZ figures for easy and consistent inclusion into LaTeX.

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