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Re: Controlling Axes, etc. for Simple 2D Plots

From: Brad Davis
Subject: Re: Controlling Axes, etc. for Simple 2D Plots
Date: Mon, 9 Sep 2019 06:15:54 -0400

Dear Group,

Some help with this would be greatly appreciated. The following is the relevant code for my plots. Attached is the result. The bottom parts of the "q" and "y" in the x-axis label are chopped off. What do I need to do to stop this from happening?

Also, if anybody has a group of examples for plotting, sharing would be greatly appreciated.

TextSize = 10;
h = figure;
set(h,'PaperSize',[4 3.5]);
hold on;
box on;
grid on;  
xlabel('Frequency (Hz)','fontsize',TextSize);
ylabel('Mode Shape Value','fontsize',TextSize);

Brad Davis, Ph.D., S.E.

On Sat, Sep 7, 2019 at 2:12 PM Brad Davis <address@hidden> wrote:
I'm having a lot of trouble understanding how to control the size of plots, axes positions, etc. For example, a current script of mine is resulting in the y-axis label being pushed too far to the right, so it's overlapping the numerical values on the y-axis. Is there a clear example of how to use papersize, paperposition, defaultaxesposition, etc.?

Brad Davis, Ph.D., S.E.

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