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Brian Katz

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31 Aug 2012 Screenshot boxplotC Extend the functionality of boxplot to allow for color, filled, and overlay options. Author: Brian Katz specialized, plotting, boxplot color, boxutil color, overlay 25 0
31 Aug 2012 Screenshot boxplotCsub (boxplotC) Revised version of boxplotC to allow coloring and subgroup plotting of boxplots. Author: Brian Katz specialized, plotting, boxplot, subplot, colorboxplotc, graphics 26 9
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21 Sep 2011 Screenshot applyhatch_plusC Modification of APPLYHATCH_PLUS, allowing for color and variable thickness for hatch patterns. Author: Brian Katz hatch, plotting, color, hatching, plot, patch 77 5
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11 Jun 2010 Screenshot XTICKLABEL_ROTATE Rotate XTickLabel to better accommodate long labels and text labels. Author: Brian Katz annotation, customization, xtick, xticklabel, rotate, text 389 66
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26 Jul 2004 Screenshot Hatched Fill Patterns Plus Modified APPLYHATCH to allow for variable resolution output for printing. Author: Brian Katz specialized, plotting, hatch pattern highres... 26 6
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30 Apr 2014 Hatch fill patterns plus Color & Invert Updated code hatch with color and inverted hatches Author: Brandon Levey

I would like to acknowledge this work by Brendon. I would like however like to note that the development of "applyhatch_plusC" and this routine have diverged somewhat, with different approaches for creating custom hatch patterns and resolving image resolution questions. As such, cross-compatibility can no longer be assured.

30 Apr 2014 applyhatch_plusC Modification of APPLYHATCH_PLUS, allowing for color and variable thickness for hatch patterns. Author: Brian Katz

applyhatch_plusC applies to the entire figure, subplots included, so I don't understand the question. You cannot, however, use different hatching rules for two subplots. But, if you assure that the original subplots do not have any colors in common, you should still be free to make the results be anything you want.

31 Oct 2013 Multi progress bar A new "shiny" progress-bar with multiple bars in a single window, time-estimates and more. Author: Ben Tordoff

Very useful, especially the time estimator. Well done, and well supported.

21 Sep 2011 Hatched Fill Patterns Plus Modified APPLYHATCH to allow for variable resolution output for printing. Author: Brian Katz

It is suggested that you use APPLYHATCH_PLUSC, which includes color compatibility and variable hatch thickness. I no longer support this function.

08 Jun 2011 progressbar Simple, efficient, and user friendly replacement for waitbar. Author: Steve Hoelzer

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10 Jul 2014 applyhatch_plusC Modification of APPLYHATCH_PLUS, allowing for color and variable thickness for hatch patterns. Author: Brian Katz Tereshchenko, Tymofii

09 Jul 2014 applyhatch_plusC Modification of APPLYHATCH_PLUS, allowing for color and variable thickness for hatch patterns. Author: Brian Katz Walker, Brett

I had to make an alteration to line 97 of applyhatch_plusC to handle a matrix with less than 3 rows for patterncolors.

96: [patterncolors_row patterncolors_col] = size(patterncolors);
97: if length(patterns) ~= patterncolors_row
98: error(...)
99: end

Do you think you could make this, or another appropriate alteration, to allow matrices with less than 3 rows.

24 May 2014 XTICKLABEL_ROTATE Rotate XTickLabel to better accommodate long labels and text labels. Author: Brian Katz Simon

16 May 2014 XTICKLABEL_ROTATE Rotate XTickLabel to better accommodate long labels and text labels. Author: Brian Katz Ivan

16 May 2014 XTICKLABEL_ROTATE Rotate XTickLabel to better accommodate long labels and text labels. Author: Brian Katz Ivan

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