Experiment with plt5.m
The easiest way to start learning about plt is to
start the sample script plt5.m. Just type plt5 at the command prompt. This
simple script plots five traces. Note that he last trace (Line 5) is plotted on
the right hand axis. Experiment by trying the following:
Expand on what you have learned playing with plt5 by:
- Click on all the objects in the plt window including the trace IDs.
- Try that again with the right mouse button (which usually does something different).
- Click and drag on the x and y axes tick labels (again ... try both left and right buttons)
- Left or right click and drag in the plot area. (On and off the traces do different things).
- Hold down both mouse buttons in the plot area and drag (creates an expansion box).
- Using plt with some data you are currently working with. Type
plt(x,y) just as you would with Matlab's plot routine.
- Use the plt workspace plotter by
typing plt with no arguments. Then you can
interactively select the variables you wish to plot.
- Run the other programming examples.
(demoplt.m sequences through all the examples.)
- Explore the topics in "Using the plt window" from the plt help