How can I make these few lines a function?

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Ashfaq Ahmed 2022년 8월 16일
답변: Steven Lord 2022년 8월 16일
Hi all!
When I am plotting any graph (even for the individual subplot), I add these few lines everytime.
set(gca,'color',[1 1 1]);
set(gcf,'Position',[-2237,65,2084,1272],'Resize','on');
box on;
set(findall(gcf,'-property','LineWidth'),'LineWidth',2);
hold on;
a = get(gca,'XTickLabel');
set(gca,'XTickLabel',a,'fontsize',16,'FontWeight', 'bold');
b = get(gca,'YTickLabel');
set(gca,'YTickLabel',b,'fontsize',16,'FontWeight', 'bold');
set(gca, 'Layer', 'top')
Of course, I write these lines to make my plot look better. But say, when I plot 10 plots, I have to write the same lines 10 times which makes my code look unnecessarily large. Is there anyway to make a function using these few lines so that I don't have to write them repeatedly?
Any response from you will be highly appreciated!

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David Hill 2022년 8월 16일
function graphSetup()
set(gca,'color',[1 1 1]);
set(gcf,'Position',[-2237,65,2084,1272],'Resize','on');
box on;
set(findall(gcf,'-property','LineWidth'),'LineWidth',2);
hold on;
a = get(gca,'XTickLabel');
set(gca,'XTickLabel',a,'fontsize',16,'FontWeight', 'bold');
b = get(gca,'YTickLabel');
set(gca,'YTickLabel',b,'fontsize',16,'FontWeight', 'bold');
set(gca, 'Layer', 'top')
end
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Ashfaq Ahmed 2022년 8월 16일
편집: Ashfaq Ahmed 2022년 8월 16일
Thank you! It was straight forward! Should have thought this way haha.

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Walter Roberson 2022년 8월 16일
Sure, just toss them in a function and call the function.
I might suggest, though,
function setup_plots(ax)
if nargin < 1; ax = gca; end
fig = ancestor(ax, 'figure');
set(ax,'color',[1 1 1]);
set(fig,'Position',[-2237,65,2084,1272],'Resize','on');
box(ax, 'on');
set(findall(fig,'-property','LineWidth'),'LineWidth',2);
hold(ax, 'on');
a = get(ax,'XTickLabel');
set(ax,'XTickLabel',a,'fontsize',16,'FontWeight', 'bold');
b = get(ax,'YTickLabel');
set(ax,'YTickLabel',b,'fontsize',16,'FontWeight', 'bold');
set(ax, 'Layer', 'top');
end
This would give you the option of passing in a particular axes handle to set up. For example,
ax = subplot(5,7, 2);
setup_plots(ax)
It is always more robust to be explicit about which axes you are dealing with, as otherwise there are various ways in which the "active"axes can change, even in the middle of executing a function.
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Ashfaq Ahmed 2022년 8월 16일
Wonderful! Thanks a lot Walter!! I have received so many great answers from you already!! You are very kind.

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Steven Lord 2022년 8월 16일
If you want all the axes you create going forward to have those property values, consider changing the default property values rather than running a function to change them after the fact.

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