Create and save figure without drawing
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I would like to create figures within a script without actually drawing them, on the assumption that this will save time, RAM, and GPU resources. I would like to save those objects as pictures. However, each figure is a layering of two different datasets. In an interactive setting I would achieve this through the hold on command
A = randi(9,1,15);
B = randi(9,1,15);
MyScatter = scatter([1:15],A)
MyScatter = scatter([1:15],B)
But this still creates a figure window and draws the objects to the screen.
Is there a way to do what I describe, perhaps via copyobj? And/or am I unlikely to see significant computational savings by doing so?
Mahdi Hayati 2022 年 9 月 24 日
To save figure as picture in your system, without actually showing the figure, first make your figure invisible:
f = figure('visible','off');
then go for your scatter and add them to the ' f ' which is your invisible figure.
finally you can use saveas function to save the figure as picture.