Plotly (https://plot.ly/) is an online graphing platform that makes generating and sharing interactive, publication-quality figures easy.. This package converts your MATLAB figures into online Plotly graphs with a single line of code:
[X, Y, Z] = peaks;
This code generates this graph in your browser: https://plot.ly/~demos/1574
For more, see the official documentation at https://plot.ly/MATLAB.
Chris (2020). Plotly | Online MATLAB Graphing (https://github.com/plotly/plotly-graphing-library-for-matlab), GitHub. Retrieved .
Do we need to run plotlysetup every time after starting matlab? Is there a way to avoid that (I mean, only setup once)
Thank you for this code but I am experiencing this error.
Error using urlreadwrite (line 58)
Could not POST to URL.
I created a plotly account (the free one) but do not know how to set up a browser. Any ideas?
Has anybody used plotly in MATLAB within two years? It seems to error with all new graphics objects which were introduced in 2014b. Errorbar, colorbar, legend(found a fix for this one)...
GDD=-sqrt( t0.^2.*(t1.^2-t0.^2) ); %取负群延时色散
display(['1550nm littrow 角为',num2str(gammaLittrow(1)*180/pi),'°',])
display(['1040nm littrow 角为',num2str(gammaLittrow(2)*180/pi),'°',])
Yes, this is the fact that the FEX treats any change on Github as a new version. This doesn't make much sense, TBH.
I think it has to do with something new commited to github.
but yes, it IS annoying to see that here!
Are you updating the image every day to make this submission always show up at top?
This is kind of spamming
Really good bit of code - works well and the web-rendering looks nice. Looking forward to the surf and mesh plots.
The MATLAB conversions literally let you add fig2plotly() to the end of your code and make a shareable, web-based MATLAB graphs. And it's interactive!
Really incredible. I convert all of my figures to online Plotly graphs now -- they're interactive and the PNG export is much higher quality.
For more than the half of the examples I get a running progress indicator only. Therefore I hesitate to use this for productive work.
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