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Offset axes at origin

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Anne Urai
Anne Urai 2015년 7월 30일
댓글: dpb 2015년 7월 31일
In Python/Seaborn, there is the option to offset the x and y axis at the origin. This 'despine' pulls the x-axis down a bit, and the y-axis left, so that data that are close to either one become more visible. For example:
I can use Matlab for (almost) all figure aesthetics issues, but this seems to be only possible in Illustrator. I've searched the file exchange but haven't found any submission that does this... Does anyone have an idea of how to easily move the axes outwards while keeping the data the same?
Thanks!
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dpb
dpb 2015년 7월 30일
ADDENDUM 2 Probably the easiest thing to do with Matlab is to change the lower x/y limit to something slight less than 2/1 to thus have the actual data start slightly above/right of the axes. The tick values can still be the unit values. Again, of course, they'll still meet at the intersection.

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Anne Urai
Anne Urai 2015년 7월 31일
I guessed as much. I've written a workaround for this, http://nl.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/52351-offsetaxes-ax--pt-
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dpb
dpb 2015년 7월 31일
Nice idea to draw over the axis base line segment to make it disappear; hadn't thought of that additional nicety...

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