How to stick one figure to the center of another figure

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I have a main figure f with size 1200 x 800 working as my UI. I created another figure f2 of size 512x512 which presents an image:
figure(2)
set(gcf,'units','pixels','position',[500,500,512,512]);
h1 = axes;
set(h1,'position',[0 0 1 1])
set(gca,'XAxisLocation','top','YAxisLocation','left','ydir','reverse');
set (gca, 'visible' , 'off' )
set (gca, 'xtick' , [])
set (gcf, 'color', defaultColor)
axis equal
% Plot some curves
plot(x,y)
% Rasterize
set(gcf, 'InvertHardcopy', 'off')
if ismac || isunix
img = print(gcf,'-r72','-RGBImage');
elseif ispc
img = print(gcf,'-r96','-RGBImage');
end
% Show image
imshow(img)
I tried something like this:
ax1 = gca;
copyobj(ax1,f);
This can present the image in f1, but it looks like the image is scaled, that the size is bigger than 512x512. Is there a way to stick f2 to the center of f1 as well as keeping the original size?
Thank you very much!

Accepted Answer

Prabhanjan Mentla
Prabhanjan Mentla on 21 Aug 2020
Hi,
This question is already answered, refer the below link:
Hope this helps.

More Answers (1)

xiaojuezi
xiaojuezi on 23 Aug 2020
I figured out a quick solution. Simply change the last part as:
figure(1)
imshow(img)
No need to copy the object.

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