- Can you give some advantages and disadvantages of using this over export_fig?
- When would you use Waterloo, and when would you use export_fig?
- Can you make bitmapped output images with arbitrarily large dimensions that you specify (i.e. more pixels than on your screen)?
Publication quality graphics in MATLAB
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A Java based graphics package - "Project Waterloo" - is presently being developed to provide good quality anti-aliased graphics in any environment with a Java Virtual Machine available. It is open-source LGPL code that includes MATLAB OOP wrappers providing convenient support for MATLAB programmers.
This question is to ask for feedback from potential users: are there features missing that would make this package more attractive?
For example use in MATLAB, see
The project website with zipped builds and a GIT repo is at
Here are a few screenshots:
Image Analyst el 30 de Dic. de 2012
Rookshana Trollope el 17 de En. de 2014
Unfortunately this does not help me much. I have produced a Matlab scatter plot in 3D. I should see 7500 points X 2 (X,Y) and (X,Z). But the graphics looks like it has 200 points. I know there are multiple populations in my data and I want to high light this by the plot. But it looks real bad and one cannot see the multiple populations at all, let alone trying to fit regression lines to them. I can see the multiple populations on my other software in 2D only and I got Matlab to be able to see them in 3D.
Is there a Matlab graphics user that I can e-mail results to - To see what I mean and maybe can help ?