Printing equations stored in a cell to plot titles?

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Braden Kerr
Braden Kerr 2020년 11월 26일
댓글: Ameer Hamza 2020년 11월 26일
Hello,
Currently i have multiple equations stored a cell array and would like to print them as the titles to various plots. Since I am calling the cells in a loop I would like to do soemthing like this but I dont think sprintf is the correct way to apprach it.
q_array = {@(x)ones(size(x)); @(x) abs(x); @(x) x.^2; @(x) (1/3)+(2/3)*x.^2};
for k =1:4
%Code that generates the plot for each loop
formatspec = 'Exact vs Scheme Plots for q({\nu}) = %s';
sgtitle(sprintf(formatspec, q_array{k}));
end
Thank you

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Ameer Hamza
Ameer Hamza 2020년 11월 26일
편집: Ameer Hamza 2020년 11월 26일
Although you can use func2str() to convert the function handle to char array
sgtitle(sprintf(formatspec, func2str(q_array{k})));
but a more flexible solution is to create a seperate array for titles
q_array = {@(x)ones(size(x)); @(x) abs(x); @(x) x.^2; @(x) (1/3)+(2/3)*x.^2};
q_titles = {'ones(size(x))'; 'abs(x)'; 'x^2'; '(1/3)+(2/3)*x^2'};
for k =1:4
%Code that generates the plot for each loop
figure;
formatspec = 'Exact vs Scheme Plots for q({\\nu}) = %s';
sgtitle(sprintf(formatspec, q_titles{k}));
end
It gives more control over what appears in the title.

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