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Line smoothing for log-log plots

I recently discovered the undocumented LineSmoothing option for plotting lines on figure axes. However, this option requires the use of the OpenGL renderer in order to work. The problem is that when I set the renderer to OpenGL the axes tick mark spacing of log-log plots gets really messed up making OpenGL unsusable (and consequently the LineSmoothing option). I was wondering if anyone has run into similar issues with the OpenGL renderer and plotting log-log plots and if there is some sort of fix/work-around for this problem. The issue appears stem from the OpenGL renderer and not the LineSmooth option because the issue persists even after I remove the that option from the code.  It's really too bad because the smoothing really makes graphed output look much better.
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"B. Schmidt" wrote in message <j7pl6d$16o$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>...
> I recently discovered the undocumented LineSmoothing option for plotting lines on figure axes. However, this option requires the use of the OpenGL renderer in order to work. The problem is that when I set the renderer to OpenGL the axes tick mark spacing of log-log plots gets really messed up making OpenGL unsusable (and consequently the LineSmoothing option). I was wondering if anyone has run into similar issues with the OpenGL renderer and plotting log-log plots and if there is some sort of fix/work-around for this problem. The issue appears stem from the OpenGL renderer and not the LineSmooth option because the issue persists even after I remove the that option from the code.  It's really too bad because the smoothing really makes graphed output look much better.

Did you try the OpenGL workaround that I presented in my article about LineSmoothing?
http://undocumentedmatlab.com/blog/plot-linesmoothing-property/

Namely:
   opengl('OpenGLLineSmoothingBug',1);

Yair Altman 
http://UndocumentedMatlab.com 
 
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Re: Opening SAS Logs with color coding (.log files)
SaviUtilities is a Windows-based front-end that will color-code everything, export to anything, quickly analyze logs. Check it out at: http://utilities.savian.net/ #8 You can see a screenshot here: http://www.sascommunity.org/wiki/SaviUtilities It is free. Alan Alan Churchill Savian www.savian.net -----Original Message----- From: SAS(r) Discussion [mailto:SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU] On Behalf Of Master Chief Petty Officer John-117 Sent: Wednesday, January 09, 2008 8:33 AM To: SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU Subject: Opening SAS Logs with color coding (.log files) Hi All, I got a bunch of .log files saved --- and need to go through them. the log is color coded when its generated (in interactive sas) -- however when opened later... it's all black. is there a way to open the .log color coded either using sas itself or using any other editor. many thanks thanks toby --- actually i need to go through the whole log (not just errors/warnings) to understand how a system is working (a bunch of macros) savian utility looks cool --- unfortunately cudnt install at office (requires the .net framework too) --- i am gonna give it a go at home. cheers Alan ...

Stop syslog logging stuff from dhclient to /var/log/messages
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Realtime data logging in Matlab?
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problem analyzing logs with lumigent's log explorer
hi, i'm using Lumigent's Log Explorer to analyze a sqlserver log. Some of the transactions have '.' (dot) in the 'userid' field. Any hint about what this means? It's the SA account? It's possible that the userid can't be determined? Please help. TIA, rui ...

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