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16 Apr 2011 Controllable tight subplot Subplot wrapper, allowing better figure utilization, by tighter axes. Author: Nikolay S. Alan B

Yes, that's right. This is how subplot.m works - it creates new axes on a figure, but it also simply sets existing axes as current, if the same mnp value is given. I'm not sure how subplot accomplishes this, but using tags is a quick solution that will work most of the time.

12 Apr 2011 Controllable tight subplot Subplot wrapper, allowing better figure utilization, by tighter axes. Author: Nikolay S. Alan B

Useful, concise function. It would be more useful if calling repeatedly with the same parameters did not destroy the previously-created axes (this is how subplot behaves). I did this by tagging the subplot_tight axes, then checking if an axes with that tag already exists on the current figure.

09 Jul 2010 Fourier reconstruction of Bandlimited function Fourier reconstruction of Band limited function Author: kk KKsingh Alan B

There is no need for your removecol.m and removerow.m functions. Rows or columns can be removed from a matrix as follows:

a(:,n)=[];
a(n,:)=[];

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