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Re: set(h,'color',[1,0,0 ; 0,1,0 ; 0,0,0]) or set(h,'color',mat2cell(ra

From: bpabbott
Subject: Re: set(h,'color',[1,0,0 ; 0,1,0 ; 0,0,0]) or set(h,'color',mat2cell(rainbow(3))) ??
Date: Wed, 17 Nov 2010 16:03:31 +0000 (GMT)

On Nov 17, 2010, at 09:13 AM, kloof <address@hidden> wrote:

Dear all,

when I plot 3 lines using 1 plot command, I get 3 different colors.

I would like to plot 200 lines and have the colors set to the matrix

'plot' doesn't accept this, but it does let me fetch the colors (as they are
automatically assigned).

h=plot(x200lines, y200lines);

dd is now a cell.
I can change some values in this cell, but I cannot feed dd back into the

it says:

error: invalid value for color property "color"

Is there no other way than looping through line-by-line?

many thanks, Kloof
Try setting the colororder for the axis before plotting.

set (gca, "colororder", rainbow(200))
h = plot (x200lines, y200lines)


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