using latex interpreter for multiple legends

12 views (last 30 days)
Hello,
I am trying to write legend in latex but I am missing something here. It says "String scalar or character vector must have valid interpreter syntax". Do I need to keep set (legend,'Interpreter', 'latex') after each lgds?
Thanks
Dharma
lgd1=['r_{th} = ' num2str(z1)];
lgd2=[', t_{tol}=t_{2}± ' num2str(z4*100)];
lgd3=[', K= ' num2str(z2)];
lgd4=['+' num2str(z3)];
lgd5=[', K_{ave}= ' num2str(z5)];
legend([lgd1 lgd2 lgd3 lgd4 lgd5])
set(legend,'Interpreter','latex');
set(legend,'FontSize',10);

Answers (1)

Awais Saeed
Awais Saeed on 7 Mar 2022
Edited: Awais Saeed on 7 Mar 2022
You do not need to specify interpreter as latex. Matlab uses some subset of Tex by default.
z = 5.213;
fplot(@(x) sin(x))
lgd1=['r_{th} = ' num2str(z*0.5)];
lgd2=[', t_{tol}= t_{2}± ' num2str(z*100)];
lgd3=[', \newline K= ' num2str(z*2)];
lgd4=['+' num2str(z*23)];
lgd5=[', K_{ave}= ' num2str(z*-1)];
legend([lgd1 lgd2 lgd3 lgd4 lgd5])
set(legend,'FontSize',10);

Categories

Find more on Composite Components in Help Center and File Exchange

Community Treasure Hunt

Find the treasures in MATLAB Central and discover how the community can help you!

Start Hunting!