Y- axis marking

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Mario on 25 May 2012
I am making various graphs in which the x axis consists of a time span of 0 to 2000 hours, my y axis consists of a variable that ranges from 0 to 11500. I am only interested in the gap between 9100 to 11500, and i can get that by using the ylim operation, however my problem is with apearance. i automatically get all my y axis variables labeled in scientific notation (ex. i get 9.4e003 instead of 9400), i am presenting the graphs and i would rather not have the y axis variables in scientific notation , i want (10000 instead of 1.0e004) how can i change this?

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Sean de Wolski
Sean de Wolski on 25 May 2012
Get it and reset it:
x = plot(1:100,rand(1,100)*120000);
ylim([8000 10000]);
Mario on 29 May 2012
okay i understand the random data, but i am still not getting any yticklabels.

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Patrick Kalita
Patrick Kalita on 29 May 2012
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Mario on 29 May 2012
Thanks for the link!

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