[OS X TeX] Matlab LaTeX tool (trying to sell a free tool!)
Peder Axensten
peder at axensten.se
Sun May 14 19:46:09 CEST 2006
Only of interest to Matlab users.
I've uploaded a Matlab tool for exporting results into LaTeX
documents. It creates a LaTeX document with a 'newcommand' for each
variable you give it. Somewhere in the beginning of your LaTeX
document you do a \include{...} and then you may use the values
wherever you want. The simplest example would be:
--- In Matlab m-file ---------------------------------------------------
varname= pi/2;
latexcmd('myresults', varname);
--- In your LaTeX file -------------------------------------------------
\include{myresults}
[and somewhere later]
The result of the calculations is \varname. As you can ...
------------------------------------------------------------------------
You may have as many variables as you please in your call to
latexcmd, of course. And you may add to an existing latexcmd file by
prefixing the file name by '>': latexcmd('>results', var1, var2,
var3, ...);
The variables may be of any type: complex, char, logical, arrays,
cell arrays, structures, function handles etc. You can control the
number of digits in the normal way, i.e. '%15.12f'. You may output a
an array as a polynomial. And so forth. Well, if you are interested,
have a look at it. An example file is included.
http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/loadFile.do?
objectId=10434&objectType=FILE
I've also a tool to export figures as a *cropped* pdf (the normal
Matlab export leaves a lot of white space around the figure):
http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/loadFile.do?
objectId=10889&objectType=FILE
If you have suggestions or bug reports, please let me know!
Actually, if you like it: write a review! And if you don't like it:
mail me and I'll see what I can do to improve! ;-)
Regards,
/Peder
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