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How do I assign two separate grid on check boxes for two separate plots in a gui?

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Zalikatu Kamara
Zalikatu Kamara on 29 Nov 2018
Answered: Greg on 30 Nov 2018
This is my callback function for the first check box for plot which works fine on its own
a=get(hObject,'Value');
if a==1
grid on;
axes(handles.axes4)
else
axes(handles.axes4)
grid off;
end
But when I try and turn on the checkbox for the grid in plot 2 it turns the grid on and off for plot 1 , and then turns on and off if plot 2 this is my callback for checkbox 2
a=get(hObject,'Value');
if a==1
grid on;
axes(handles.axes2)
else
axes(handles.axes2)
grid off;
end

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Greg
Greg on 30 Nov 2018
You're calling grid on before forcing the active axes, which means you're going to have very unreliable behavior. You did better with grid off, but the best implementation is to pass the axes handle into the grid call:
grid(handles.axes2,'on');

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