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Re: Octave 4.03 x86 Plot problems

From: Martin Marmsoler
Subject: Re: Octave 4.03 x86 Plot problems
Date: Sun, 7 Aug 2016 17:25:43 +0200

Hello Doug,

but in this case, everytime the power_rel value will calculated for a new voltage at same power, these values will overwrite my plot.
There should be a own figure for every power level with graphs for some different voltage levels.

Here you can see the structure I would have:
figure1 (power level 1):
  - voltage 1 data
  - voltage 2 data
  - ...
figure2 (power level 2):
  - voltage 1 data
  - voltage 2 data
  - ...
Here a screenshot of the actual plot:
Inline-Bild 1

I tried to but the x and ylabel after I plotted the data, and it works fine. Is that a bug or why I have to do that?
Inline-Bild 2

Best regards


2016-08-07 17:05 GMT+02:00 Doug Stewart <address@hidden>:

On Sun, Aug 7, 2016 at 10:18 AM, Martin Marmsoler <address@hidden> wrote:
Sorry, I forgot to upload the script.

2016-08-07 16:14 GMT+02:00 Doug Stewart <address@hidden>:

On Sun, Aug 7, 2016 at 5:11 AM, Martin Marmsoler <address@hidden> wrote:

I tried to plot some data from files in Octave. It works fine when I commented out the x & y labels. But when I turn them on, sometimes the plot stays white and sometimes there is something but completly wrong. Attached you can find the script:
Dropbox says that that folder is empty !!

Hope someone can help me with it.

Best regards


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I think i see some things that might help.

I think you should get rid of the hold on and off.
try this

 #   hold on;
    plot(delay_val, power_data(:,1),'color',rand(1,3),delay_val, power_data(:,2),'color',rand(1,3),delay_val, power_data(:,3),'color',rand(1,3));
  #  hold off;
    lgd2{voltage_counter} = ['Eingangsspannung: ' num2str(voltage_val(voltage_counter)) 'V'];
     xlabel("Verzoegerung des Ausschalten us");

you can see that i also moved the xlabel and ylabel down to here at the 
end of the plot

Let me know if this helps


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