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Save plot is not the same as plot on screen

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Colby il 29 Apr 2015
Modificato: pfb il 29 Apr 2015
If I have the plot attached as "plot1.png" and run the following two lines of code on it
print('plot2.png', '-dpng', '-r300');
Then my plot on the screen look like the screen shot attached. But when I open the "plot2.png" saved, it looks like the "plot2.png" I've attached. I am plotting several of these plots in a loop, and only a small percentage of them save differently from what is on the screen. Does anyone have any ideas what is going on? I appreciate your time. Thank you.

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Thorsten il 29 Apr 2015
Modificato: Thorsten il 29 Apr 2015
Do not set the YTickLabel, use
set(gca, 'YTick', 5000:5000:20000)
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Colby il 29 Apr 2015
When I use that line it doesn't change my plot on the screen, or the saved plot2 from the original plot1. It still has all four of the original ticks and they're still in scientific notation. And I should maybe add that what I'm trying to accomplish is change tick labels from scientific notation to the full number string. Thank

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pfb il 29 Apr 2015
Modificato: pfb il 29 Apr 2015
this happens to me too.
I found that I need to specify everything explicitly (XTick, YTick, Xlim, Ylim for the axes, and possibly PaperSize for the figure) in order to prevent matlab from taking initiatives, and obtain a standardized format.
I usually find the values of the above properties that satisfy me for one or two representative figures, and explicitly force them on all of the figures.

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