Hope this helps The cla function removes all child objects with visible handles by default. You can therefore check if an axes has been cleared by seeing if it has any child objects using the allchild function:
hope this fix your issue 1) To set the limits of each x axis, axes1.set_xlim(0,300) and axes2.set_xlim(0, 300) do work for me. The method set_data_interval is a method of the 'axis' (the real axis of the plot), while set_xlim is a method of the 'axes' object (the area your plot appears in, with the axis, lines, text, etc). And axes1 and axes2 are 'axes' (returned by the add_subplot method).
multiple axes in one figure, can we specify handle axes in text function matlab?
it fixes the issue No. Unfortunately iOS gives no way for your app to know what goes on in the notification center unless the user clicks the notification to open your app. It is pretty frustrating for me but there is not much you can do about it.
??? Error using ==> set uicontrol handle passed to 'CurrentAxes' property - valid axes handle required
Hope that helps Based on the naming of your variables, you are trying to set the CurrentAxes of the figure to... an image. An axes is a container which contains the image object. You will need to first get the axes which contains the image and set that as the CurrentAxes. You can determine this using ancestor.
fixed the issue. Will look into that further I am trying to create histograms in a loop. I am creating two figures and want a suptitle above them, but when I do that the title of the subplots doesn't work anymore . This is my code , In the (very little) documentation that suptitle has, it says: