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Changing Graph Properties for Matlab visualizations
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September 6, 2015
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I just made this channel:

All nice and everything is working nice, but I would like to be able to:

Define Xmin, Xmax, Ymin, Ymax for both thingSpeakPlot and thingSpeakScatter

Define graph width, for both thingSpeakPlot, and thingSpeakScatter.

I would also be able to lock the graph, so the pointer can not change things like scales.

Defining size of iframe does not lead to a bigger or wider graph for both matlab or regular field plots.

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September 8, 2015
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The channel and the custom visualizations you have created look great, thank you for sharing your channel.

Thank you also for sharing feedback on features you would like to see with thingSpeakPlot, thingSpeakScatter, and the interactivity of the graph. We will consider adding this for a future version of these functions.

One option for you to control the x-axis and y-axis limits and for creating a static plot for now would be to use the non-interactive MATLAB plotting functions: plot and scatter. For these functions you will be able to use xlim() and ylim() functions to define the axis scaling.

You will be able to find additional help for these functions at the links below:



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