thanks for this nice tool. However, I have a question: I have gray scale TEM images in tif format. Your tool seems to convert them to RGB. I had a very short glance at the code, and think it is related to the call of imagesc in line 324. It might also be related to the specific format of my tif file. It would be nice, if you could comment on this.
I love the idea of this program but François can you please give an example of usage because it is not really clear what you mean by providing a vector of ticks. Can it just be the ticks I want to show up on that axis? (ie v=[1 2 3 4] ?)
26 Feb 2009
Plot a set of data with two different axes.
When you add large enough title to the primary axes (which is current), it get shifted down, but not the secondary axes. If title applied to the secondary axes, no shift, but the title may appear too high. Took me some time to figure out the problem. Anyway, great function. Thanks
In reply to Hai Dinh: using addtxaxis, you can simply provide 'x' as the transform. However the ticks argument is also mandatory, so that you will have to provide a vector of tick positions as well. Maybe using plotxx by Denis Gilbert (also available on MatlabCentral's FileExchange) would be easier for you.