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defaultPlotColors() to get or draw the 7 default colors used by plot() function

version 1.1.0.0 (138 KB) by Kouichi C. Nakamura
defaultPlotColors() allows you to get or draw the 7 default colors of plot() function since R2014b

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Updated 11 Jul 2016

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getDefaultPlotColors returns default colors for plot function.
Every run of plot() function proceed by one row in the color array.
colors = defaultPlotColors()
colors = defaultPlotColors(k)
colors = defaultPlotColors('plot')

INPUT ARGUMENTS
k If k is a scalar positive integer, you can get k th color of
default colors. If k is a vector of such integers,
defaultPlotColors returs n by 3 array of default colors, where
n is the length of vector k and colors are ordered in rows by
the vector k.

'plot' You can see all the seven default colors

OUTPUT ARGUMENTS
out 1 by 3 vector represents a MATLAB color, or n by 3 array of
n colors

EXAMPLES
defaultPlotColors_script.mlx illustrate how defaultPlotColors.m can be used.
http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/58168-defaultplotcolors---to-get-or-draw-the-7-default-colors-used-by-plot---function/content/defaultPlotColors_script.mlx

defaultPlotColors()

defaultPlotColors(3)

defaultPlotColors(1:14)

defaultPlotColors('plot')

See also
plotColors

ColorOrderIndex (Axes property)
http://uk.mathworks.com/help/matlab/graphics_transition/why-are-plot-lines-different-colors.html

Written by Kouichi C. Nakamura Ph.D.
MRC Brain Network Dynamics Unit
University of Oxford
kouichi.c.nakamura@gmail.com
10-Jul-2016 07:09:15

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Kouichi C. Nakamura (2020). defaultPlotColors() to get or draw the 7 default colors used by plot() function (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/58168-defaultplotcolors-to-get-or-draw-the-7-default-colors-used-by-plot-function), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .

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Created with R2014b
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