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Display heatmap or clustergram

Description

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view(hm_cg_object) displays a heatmap or clustergram of hm_cg_object.

Examples

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Create a matrix of data.

data = gallery('invhess',20);

Display a 2-D color heatmap of the data.

hmo = HeatMap(data);
             Standardize: '[column | row | {none}]'
               Symmetric: '[true | false].'
            DisplayRange: 'Scalar.'
                Colormap: []
               ImputeFun: 'string -or- function handle -or- cell array'
            ColumnLabels: 'Cell array of strings, or an empty cell array'
               RowLabels: 'Cell array of strings, or an empty cell array'
      ColumnLabelsRotate: []
         RowLabelsRotate: []
                Annotate: '[on | {off}]'
          AnnotPrecision: []
              AnnotColor: []
       ColumnLabelsColor: 'A structure array.'
          RowLabelsColor: 'A structure array.'
       LabelsWithMarkers: '[true | false].'
    ColumnLabelsLocation: '[ top | {bottom} ]'
       RowLabelsLocation: '[ {left} | right ]'

Figure HeatMap 1 contains an axes. The axes contains an object of type image.

Display the data values in the heatmap.

hmo.Annotate = true;
view(hmo)

Figure HeatMap 1 contains an axes. The axes contains 401 objects of type image, text.

Use the plot function to display the heatmap in another figure specified by the figure handle fH.

fH = figure;
hA = plot(hmo,fH);

Figure contains an axes. The axes contains 401 objects of type image, text.

Use the returned axes handle hA to specify the axes properties.

hA.Title.String = 'Inverse of an Upper Hessenberg Matrix';
hA.XTickLabelMode = 'auto';
hA.YTickLabelMode = 'auto';

Figure contains an axes. The axes with title Inverse of an Upper Hessenberg Matrix contains 401 objects of type image, text.

Input Arguments

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Heatmap or clustergram object, specified as a HeatMap object or clustergram object.

Introduced in R2009b