shadedErrorBar is a MATLAB function that creates a continuous shaded error region around a line rather than discrete bars. The error region can either be specified explicitly or calculated on the fly based upon function handles. The appearance of the plot can be modified via input argumets and/or the handles of the returned plot objects. You will need OpenGL to get transparency to work.
There are detailed examples along with example images on the GitHub page: https://github.com/raacampbell/shadedErrorBar
Rob Campbell (2022). raacampbell/shadedErrorBar (https://github.com/raacampbell/shadedErrorBar), GitHub. Retrieved .
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Inspired: superbar, shplot, errorshade, Murphy Diagrams, shade_significant_timepoints, fillPlot(mat,varargin), boundedline.m, Mean square displacement analysis of particles trajectories, Shaded Error Bar YY, mseb(x,y,errBar,lineProps,transparent), gQSPSim
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