How to insert Xlabel and Ylabel into axes when designing GUI ?

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Yunsung Kim
Yunsung Kim on 8 Dec 2011
Answered: Hengameh Noshahri on 14 Oct 2015
I made 2 axes by GUI design.
And i want to insert X,Y label into axes respectivly.
first axes Xlabel : frequency Ylabel : Magnitude
senconde axes Xlabel : frequecny Ylabel : Phase
the command "Xlabel" and "Ylabel" are not working in the GUIde.

Answers (3)

Hengameh Noshahri
Hengameh Noshahri on 14 Oct 2015
you can try following code in your user code:
plot(handles.axes,x,y);
xlabel(handles.axes,'xlabel')
ylabel(handles.axes,'ylabel')

Amardeep
Amardeep on 8 Dec 2011
I place on static text boxes which I change the string handle of. Not massively elegant but it works.

Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 24 Dec 2012
It's case sensitive. You need to use xlabel and ylabel, not Xlabel and Ylabel:
fontSize = 20; % Whatever you want.
% First for the first axes:
axes(handles.axes1);
xlabel('Frequency', 'FontSize', fontSize);
ylabel('Magnitude', 'FontSize', fontSize);
% Now for the second axes:
axes(handles.axes2);
xlabel('Frequency', 'FontSize', fontSize);
ylabel('Phase', 'FontSize', fontSize);

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