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28 Aug 2013 Panel Like subplot, but easier, and WYSIWYG export to file. Also fixes dashed/dotted lines in export. Author: Ben Mitch

hi Ben,
I have finally found the mistake.
In a different figure I have
set(0,'defaulttextinterpreter','latex');

and panel does not seem to like that.
As soon as I declare tex as default it all works. Thanks again.

28 Aug 2013 Panel Like subplot, but easier, and WYSIWYG export to file. Also fixes dashed/dotted lines in export. Author: Ben Mitch

Hi Ben, thanks for the answer.

What I mean is that my code

%%
p = panel;
p.pack(1,3);
a=rand(3);
p(1,1).select();
bar3(a);
hold;
p(1,2).select();
bar3(a);
%%

produces one empty bar graph, while

%%
p = panel;
p.pack(1,3);
a=rand(3);
p(1,1).select();
bar3(a);
hold;
p(1,2).select();
bar(a);
%%

correctly produces one bar3 and one bar graph.

27 Aug 2013 Panel Like subplot, but easier, and WYSIWYG export to file. Also fixes dashed/dotted lines in export. Author: Ben Mitch

I want several 3D bar graphs is my plot but can't get it to work. An example is below.
If I replace the second bar3(a) with plot(a) or even bar(a), then it produces proper output.
But any graph containing bar3 twice seems to fail and I don't understand why.

p=p.pack(1,3);
a=rand(3);
p(1,1).select();
bar3(a);
hold;
p(1,2).select();
bar3(a);

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