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ECES 434/558 Lab Handout How to export high-resolution figures from MATLAB /Friday September 25, 2009 Export as EPS After the figure is generated, click ‘ File ’ button and then ‘ Save As… Choose ‘ EPS file (*.eps) ’ as the type of file you try to save, input the file name, and click ‘ Save ’. Page 1/3
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ECES 434/558 Lab Handout How to export high-resolution figures from MATLAB /Friday September 25, 2009 Export as PDF After the figure is generated, use command ‘ gcf ’in the “ Command Window ”. From the MATLAB command-line, gcf is a handle to the current figure. First set the desired size for the figure set(gcf, ‘PaperSize’, [w h]) This sets the size of the entire “page”, where
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Unformatted text preview: w (width) and h (height) are values in inches. set(gcf, PaperPosition, [0 0 w h]) This sets the placement of the figure on the page (using [0 0 w h] fills up the page). Again w and h are values in inches. Then export the figure by printing to a PDF file print(gcf, -dpdf, filename) Please Dont export your figure like this Page 2/3 ECES 434/558 Lab Handout How to export high-resolution figures from MATLAB /Friday September 25, 2009 Plot examples: Page 3/3 ECES 434/558 Lab Handout How to export high-resolution figures from MATLAB /Friday September 25, 2009 Page 4/3...
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