When MATLAB starts, it will look for a pathdef.m file in its startup directory.
Start up folder (in the MATLAB icon | Properties | Start in ) (e.g. D:\Sources\MATLAB) allows controlling different paths and other settings via startup.m file placed in the folder, e.g.:
(i.e., without “ctrl-C” abort)
For example, when paging thru trials:
Assume we have two vectors, repeated_segments_start_idx, and repeated_segments_end_idx, and we want to find all indices between each pair.
idx = [repeated_segments_start_idx(segments2remove_idx):repeated_segments_end_idx(segments2remove_idx)] % DOES NOT WORK, OF COURSE! idx = cell2mat(arrayfun(@colon,repeated_segments_start_idx,repeated_segments_end_idx,'UniformOutput',false)); % WORKS!
h = imagesc(X,Y,C); set(h,'alphadata',~isnan(C));
Sometimes the colormap plots are shifted after printing. To fix this: - in Adobe Illustrator, click on the colormap, release clipping mask, and go to “Object”, “Rasterize”, in the “Resolution” part click on the “Use Document Raster Effects Resolution”.
You have to do it for each of the colormaps.