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Save figure on a server machine with no display

Asked by Eugenio
on 30 Jul 2012
Hi all, I've generated a matlab application (using MCC) that will run on a unix server (with no display). Unfortunately this application have to save some plots (without display them). Everything works good (on my linux machine); but when i run the application over the unix server the execution does not work! It seems that if I work with plots a display has to be setted on the machine. I've specified on the code to make the plot not visible, but it still doesn't work: the execution break. Any suggestions?
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Answer by Albert Yam
on 30 Jul 2012

Not a direct solution, but you could save the data, and reproduce the plots on another machine. You probably have the data saved already, so it might just be writing a plotting script. [Assuming of course it is not huge data. At which point, instead of plotting, save only the required data for that plot.]

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Answer by Eugenio
on 30 Jul 2012

Hi Albert, thank you for the answer. The figure we're talking about is a scatterplot created by matlab, and it counts hundreds and hundreds points; so we thought that export the matlab figure was the best solutions. So, isn't any solutions to export this huge figure?

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Answer by Robert Cumming on 30 Jul 2012

use the print command
doc print
you can set it to save individual file (e.g. png)
print ( handle, '-dpng', 'filename' )
or you could build a postscript file which you could then convert to a pdf for example.

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