command for which the label on the x axis is not shown

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Locks
Locks am 18 Mai 2013
Hi,
I am looking for a command so that there are no values on the x axis shown.
I tried this;
set(gca,'xtick',[])
but it's not working, any idea

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per isakson
per isakson am 18 Mai 2013
It works here (R2012a)
sdn = [ 1 : 6 ] + 735370;
date_strings = datestr( sdn, 'dd-mmm-yyyy' );
plot( [1:6] )
axh = gca;
set( axh, 'XTickLabel', date_strings )
set( axh, 'XTick', [] )
There are neither ticks nor labels on the x-axis.
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per isakson
per isakson am 18 Mai 2013
This example is according to the documentation and it works here.
What could the reason be that it doesn't work for you?
  • you have more than one axes object and the current axes is an "other" axes; not the one you think
Restart Matlab and run this example. I would very surprised it it behaves differently compare to what I see.

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson am 18 Mai 2013
Try
set(gca, 'xticklabel', '')
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Locks
Locks am 18 Mai 2013
Bearbeitet: Locks am 18 Mai 2013
that does not work either
dates=datenum(dataSet(:,1));
this does still show some values on the x axis, what am I doing wrong?
%SPX
SPX=dataSet(:,2);
%VIX
VIX=dataSet(:,3);
plotyy(dates,SPX,dates,VIX);
set(gca, 'xticklabel', '')

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Image Analyst
Image Analyst am 18 Mai 2013
Like I said in your duplicate question:
plot(1:10); % Plot some arbitrary sample data.
set(gca, 'xtick', [-inf inf]); % Turn off x-axis.
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Image Analyst
Image Analyst am 18 Mai 2013
Explain why it does not work. It plots something in an axes control "where there are no value displayed on the x axis" just like you asked for.
Give me something we can run:
Undefined variable dataSet.
Error in test3 (line 1)
dates=datenum(dataSet(:,1));
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson am 18 Mai 2013
What you are missing is that you used plotyy() without mentioning it to us. plotyy() generates two axes, and makes no promises about what gca() will refer to afterwards. You need to save the output of the plotyy() call and use the appropriate axes from what is returned.

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