The picture pretty much says it all. This is a simple function for adding a nice looking background gradient on your plots. It's useful for making things look a little fancy.
Note: The author does not condone the fancification of plots to make up for a complete lack of substance!
Good luck :)
Cool idea, Weidong. I don't have time to work on this but I welcome a pull request on GitHub from anybody who wants to take a stab at it.
It is wonderful. Is it likely to make the gradient varying diagonally from the origin to the max. X and Y?
Interesting, Yasser. I'm having a hard time picturing how this would work for 3D plots. Do you envision gradients along the box boundaries, or perhaps a transparent cube with a gradient, or maybe something else?
would it be possible to make it for 3D plots?
All - Jan pointed out the issue to me, where the gradient covered everything else in your plot. I posted the update to GitHub.
Hmmm, this is working fine for me. Are you using the version from GitHub? I updated it last June.
If you are using the latest version and still having issues, please let me know what error message you get.
Here's a direct link to the GitHub repository:
Please can you adapt your function for R2014b? Your example doesn't work:
Re-hosted on GitHub.