I recently started using stackedplot instead of subplot, but I'm not sure how to add a line from 0 to my Y-axis-limit while using the stackedplot funciton.
While using subplot in the past, I have been able to use xline(0) or vline(0) to represent a stimulus onset time when comparing evoked responses across a certain timecourse. I.e.
time = -150:1:349;
maxYval = max(max(PlotThis));
for i = 1:3
I would like to use stackedplots instead of subplot because it is much easier to edit and manage when I have several plots with the same x-axis. The one drawback is that stackedplots does not allow the "hold on" feature so xline(0) or vline(0) does not work. I can insert a line in-post on the matlab figure editor, but is there a way to do this programitically?
s = stackedplot(time,PlotThis);
s.AxesProperties(1).YLimits = [0 maxYVal];
s.AxesProperties(2).YLimits = [0 maxYVal];
s.AxesProperties(3).YLimits = [0 maxYVal];
and inserting a line on the matlab figure editor yields: