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How can I preserve the figure information?

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Eric Bernard Dilger
Eric Bernard Dilger 2021 年 7 月 28 日
コメント済み: Dave B 2021 年 7 月 28 日
I've always worked with vector graphics in Matlab, just setting the figure copy option to preserve information. However, now I'm trying to copy a surface plotted using a vector with 2049x2049 points and the figure is losing its resolution. I wanna export this figure to the software Visio, so I can put it togheter with another figure which shows the countours generated by the intersection of the surface and the horizontal plane. Any idea why this figure isn't preserving its information? I appreciate any help!
hold on
surf(xlim, ylim, plane_z1*ones(2), 'FaceColor','#A2142F', 'FaceAlpha',1)
hold off
xlabel('X \rightarrow', 'Rotation',20)
ylabel('\leftarrow Y', 'Rotation',-25)
zlabel('Z \rightarrow')


Dave B
Dave B 2021 年 7 月 28 日
How about exporting to a file and importing that file in visio?
Depending on what format visio likes best (I suspect svg), and what release of MATLAB you're on (exportgraphics came out in R2020a):
print(gcf, 'bugsurf.svg', '-dsvg')
exportgraphics(gca, 'bigsurf.eps')
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Dave B
Dave B 2021 年 7 月 28 日
Happy to help, sorry it took a few tries: 2049 seemed like such a harmless number, even 2049^2 squared, but in vector graphics I guess that's a lot of paths!


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