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xgraduate

axis graduation

Calling Sequence

[xi,xa,np1,np2,kMinr,kMaxr,ar]=xgraduate(xmi,xma)

Arguments

xmi,xma

real scalars

xi, xa, kMinr, kMaxr, ar

real scalars

np1,np2

integer

Description

xgraduate returns the axis graduations which are used by the plot routines (with pretty print flag enabled). It returns an interval [xi,xa] which contains the given interval [xmi,xma] and such that

xi= kMinr*10^ar, xa=kMaxr*10^ar and the interval can be divided into np2 intervals and each interval is divided in np1 sub-intervals.

Examples

[x1,xa,np1,np2,kMinr,kMaxr,ar]=xgraduate(-0.3,0.2)

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Last updated:
Mon Oct 01 17:41:09 CEST 2012