overlap ylabel with values axis

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mattvanviore am 10 Mär. 2022
Beantwortet: AndresVar am 10 Mär. 2022
i have this problem both for x axis anz y axis, how can i solve?
another question: how can i convert input data to character? Sometimes i use the option x='1.2e7' but i would to generalize and use it both for legend and write a new file. I have tried to use num2str but the number 1.2e7 becomes 12000000

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson am 10 Mär. 2022
format long g
x = 1.2e7
x =
num2str(x, '%.1e')
ans = '1.2e+07'
sprintf('%.1e', x)
ans = '1.2e+07'
compose('%.1e', x)
ans = 1×1 cell array
num2str() invokes sprintf() internally (except for integers, if I recall -- I think it calls int2str() for those.)
compose() can be useful for outputing arrays; sprintf() is a nuisance for outputing arrays of different types.
However... if you need to be able to distinguish between x = 12.e6 and x=1.2e7 and automatically output exactly the same way that it was input, then you are going to need to input as character (or string) and str2double() when you need the numeric form.
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson am 10 Mär. 2022
If you ask to retrieve the YLabel property of the axes, then you will get back a text() object. text() objects have a Position property, which you can change to move the place the text is placed.

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AndresVar am 10 Mär. 2022
many ways to modify the label position: modify position property, if in latex add \quad, etc
the easy way is to control the horizontal alignment
a = (1:3)/10
a = 1×3
0.1000 0.2000 0.3000


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