stackedaxes() - an alternative to stackedplot

version 1.0.0 (465 KB) by Adam Danz
STACKEDAXES produces stacked plots similar to Matlab's stackedplot() but returns graphics handles allowing the user to modify the plot.


Updated 19 Nov 2020

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STACKEDAXES offers similar but limited syntax to Matlab's stackedplot.

stackedaxes(X,Y), where X is a vector of length n and Y an n-by-m matrix, plots each column in y against X in a vertical stack of m axes, sharing the same x-axis.

stackedaxes(Y) plots each column in Y against its row indices.

[ax, xLine, xText] = stackedaxes(...) returns handles to the axes, the vertical reference line, and the reference textbox that shows the current x-value.

- Specify the y-axis labels with the "DisplayLabels" Name-Value pair.
- Pass any Name-Value pairs to the internal plotting functions.

This function was constructed quickly as part of an answer in the Matlab Forum and does not match the functionality of stackplot.

Tested in Matlab r2016a and r2020b.

Cite As

Adam Danz (2022). stackedaxes() - an alternative to stackedplot (, MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .

MATLAB Release Compatibility
Created with R2020b
Compatible with any release
Platform Compatibility
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