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faq:what_is_a_good_way_to_save_images_for_later_processing_in_other_software [2012/03/28 15:34]
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       - In a regular plot(x,y) figure, many additional x,y-axes are often placed on top of each other and are '​invisible'​ which makes foreground/​background transfers problematic,​ delete these x,y-axes.       - In a regular plot(x,y) figure, many additional x,y-axes are often placed on top of each other and are '​invisible'​ which makes foreground/​background transfers problematic,​ delete these x,y-axes.
       - When plotting several lines in as plot(x,​y,​etc),​ the output is usually read as a '​grouped'​ object by Illustrator. Ungrouping these objects (i.e. right click --> ungroup) makes handling/​editing these lines much easier.       - When plotting several lines in as plot(x,​y,​etc),​ the output is usually read as a '​grouped'​ object by Illustrator. Ungrouping these objects (i.e. right click --> ungroup) makes handling/​editing these lines much easier.
-      - Whenever you notice that elements of plots were not exported as objects, but as horizontal bars of a bitmap image, or anything else that is weird, it is usually a Matlab openGL bug. Doing set(gcf,'​interpreter','​zbuffer') usually fixes this. +      - Whenever you notice that elements of plots were not exported as objects, but as horizontal bars of a bitmap image, or anything else that is weird, it is usually a Matlab openGL bug. Doing set(gcf,'​renderer','​painters') usually fixes this.