This is a tool for plotting multiple lines with pretty shaded error bars.
It is an extension of the popular shadedErrorBar, by Rob Campbell, enabling plotting of multiple data lines with overlapping errorbars.
The main improvements are:
* Optimised for the plot defult renderer instead of openGL, which is known to cause problems, e.g., with logarithmic axes and not being able to save figures as vector graphics in the eps-format.
* Turns off legends for all elements (e.g. edges and shaded area), except for the main lines.
* By default the edges of overshadowed patch areas are plotted in an non-obtrusive manner so all error bars can be seen, but avoids cluttering of the plot.
* The patches are plotted in reverse order to make sure the first entry is "on top".
Andreas Trier Poulsen (2023). mseb(x,y,errBar,lineProps,transparent) (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/47950-mseb-x-y-errbar-lineprops-transparent), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
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Slight changes made to calls to "plot" so colours can be defined by using both strings and RGB vectors.
Updated calls to the repmat function from using the repmat(A,P1,P2,...,Pn) format, to using repmat(A,[P1,P2,...,Pn]). This was done in hopes of supporting older versions of Matlab.