[FieldTrip] plot functions and illustrator: set(gcf, 'interpreter', 'zbuffer')
stephen.whitmarsh at gmail.com
Mon Jul 9 15:45:03 CEST 2012
Not really answering your questions, but from my experience I wouldn't
export vector graphics of source data - just too many vectors. Instead why
not export to high resolution (e.g. '-r600') png instead? I know my
computer can certainly deal with those with less memory problems, I don't
need to do anything vector-like on those images that I can't do on a
p.s. same goes for fine-grained TFR's
On 9 July 2012 15:18, Vitória Magalhães Piai <vitoria.piai at gmail.com> wrote:
> On the FT page, Roemer said that using set(gcf,'interpreter','**zbuffer')
> may resolve problems when exporting from matlab as .eps and opening in
> That works fine for sensor-level data, for example TFRs with
> ft_singleplotTFR. But it doesn't work when, for example, using
> ft_sourceplot (I've akes around and I don't seem to be the only one having
> this problem). But ok, so far so good, I can get around it.
> But now I have an analysis I ran with LCMV for which I wanted to plot the
> results. Interestingly, if I use ft_singleplotTFR in this case, I cannot
> fix the bug with set(gcf,'interpreter','**zbuffer'). It seems to behave
> like when using ft_sourceplot, instead of behaving as ft_singleplot when
> plotting sensor-level data.
> Has anyone dealt with this bug before? I mean, not being able to fix it
> with set(gcf,'interpreter','**zbuffer')?
> Thanx a lot, Vitoria
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