I want to love this function; its basic function is great, and it has helped me analyze datasets many times. Two things would make it better...
1) Return graphics handles! It drives me crazy that I always have to handle-dive via findobj to modify properties and analyze details after plotting.
2) Set default line width, axis font size, font name, etc. to match the user's defaults. You may prefer the bigger font size and thicker lines, but not everyone does, and it's a bit of a hassle to pass these properties with every call to nhist just to maintain no change.
Thank you very much for your last help.
May I have a further question about algorithm?
Regarding Trust-Region-Reflective algorithm, minimization for example, basically its four steps are repeated until convergence.
How about the relationship between this convergence and TolFun or TolX?
Thank you again!
Hi Sam. Thanks for this great function. I have found a small bug I believe. If I try to find the lowest value of a 1/x function between 1 and 10:
it returns x = 1. When I set the bound to 1.01 and 10:
the lowest value is found at x = 10.
12 Mar 2014
Use vectorized marching cubes algorithm to compute triangulated mesh of an isosurface from 3D matrix
Vedpal - Marching cubes is an algorithm to produce a mesh of a surface at a given isovalue contained within 3d volumetric data. In other words, it identifies only bounding surfaces and does not fill the volume within the boundaries with "3-d" mesh elements like tetrahedra or cubes. You will have to come up with a meshing algorithm to do this...or find a software package that can do this.
12 Mar 2014
Exports figures nicely to a number of vector & bitmap formats.
Solve my problem puzzled me for a long time, because I can't print *.jpeg files as the figures, and I used to copy *.fig files to another Windows computer to finish printing wanted picutres.
When I get this function, Matlab under Linux is becoming more amazing!
Thank you very much!