How do I run Matlab from Python, but save figures to a file?
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I am successfully running Matlab from Python. The Matlab code I have displays 2 figures. Upon running Python, would rather those figures go to a file. Is there a switch, or some such option to get that to happen? Rather not rewrite Matlab code with some sort of Python specific switch.
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Bo Li 2015 年 10 月 19 日
There is no such flag. Python Engine allows you to have full control over MATLAB from Python. You can simply save a figure like following example shows:
>>>eng.plot(matlab.double([1,2,3,4])) %create a plot
>>>eng.savefig("foo.fig",nargout=0) %save current figure to "foo.fig"
>>>eng.close() %close current figure