# Subplot n pcolor matrixes

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Jose Andrés el 20 de Sept. de 2015
Comentada: Jose Andrés el 21 de Sept. de 2015
Hello everyone,
I have to subplot n pcolor matrixes in a 1 x n figure, but I have several problems because I can't set the size of the matrixes in the subplot. All my matrixes have the same size (120 x 120) and I must do it without using the image() function.
Thank you so much.
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Image Analyst el 21 de Sept. de 2015
Then use imshow(). It's now in base MATLAB and doesn't chop off the last row and last column like pcolor() does.
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Image Analyst el 21 de Sept. de 2015
Jose: You have floatingpoint data so you need to use the [] option with imshow: imshow(data, []). Now your data will show all the gray levels. Otherwise it expects that all floating point data goes between 0 and 1 and anything more than 1 gets clipped to 1, which it displays as pure white.
Try this code:
subplot(1, 2, 1);
data = 300*rand(4,3);
imshow(data, []);
title('4x3 with imshow', 'FontSize', 25);
subplot(1, 2, 2);
pcolor(data);
title('4x3 with pcolor shows as 3x2', 'FontSize', 25);
Now, how many of the 4 rows appear when you call pcolor? How many of the columns appear when you call pcolor? And how many show up with imshow()?
What do you notice about the aspect ratio of the two methods? Which one displays elements as squares, and which one doesn't?
Jose Andrés el 21 de Sept. de 2015
Yes, I have been thinking about what you said me and I think you are right, the imshow([]) method is much more effective. I have done my subplot with the imageshow(data,[]) function and I will show it to my superiors; I think they will like it.
Thank you so much one more time.

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Walter Roberson el 20 de Sept. de 2015
n = length(AllMatrices);
for K = 1 : n
this_ax = subplot(1,n,K);
this_matrix = AllMatrices{K};
pcolor(this_ax, this_matrix);
title(sprintf('Matrix #%d', K));
end
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Walter Roberson el 21 de Sept. de 2015
axis equal
But most of the problem is from trying to crowd too much information in. You should consider using montage()
Jose Andrés el 21 de Sept. de 2015
Yes, it worked and it really taught me a lot too, but I am sorry can only choose one answer.
Thank you so much anyway, Walter.

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