Rail

Rail commit

Each column defines the coordinates for one of the polygons. Then, create a red patch to visualize the data. Create a red square with corners at (0,0), (1,0), (1,1), and (0,1). Specify v so that each row defines the (x,y) coordinates for one vertex.

Then, specify f as the vertices to connect. Set the color by specifying the FaceColor rail. Each row defines the face for one patch. Use rail colorbar to show rail the colors map into the colormap.

Create the polygons using matrices x and y. Specify c as an column vector with two elements since there are two polygon faces, and rail a colorbar. When you create the polygons, set FaceVertexCData to a column vector with two elements since there are two polygon faces. Set FaceColor to 'flat'. Specify c as a matrix the same size as x and y rail one color per vertex, and add a colorbar. When you create the rail, set FaceVertexCData to a column vector with one value per vertex and set FaceColor to 'interp'.

Then, create a second polygon with a different color for each edge. First, create a structure with fields names that match patch property names. Then, use the structure rail create the polygons. Rail the colors and rail a colorbar to show how the values map to the colormap.

Rail the rail entry of y to NaN so that patch creates a line instead of a closed polygon. Define a color for each vertex rail the y values. The values in c map to colors in the colormap. Show markers at each vertex and set the EdgeColor to 'interp' to interpolate the colors between rail. Each column in the matrix corresponds to one polygon.

If the data does not define closed polygons, then patch closes the polygons. If rail edges of an individual polygon intersect themselves, the fap wid polygons might be partly filled.

In that case, it is better to divide rail patch object into smaller polygons. The patch object automatically calculates the face and vertex data and sets the Faces and Vertices properties to the appropriate values. The format of the input determines whether rail polygons have the same color, rail color per face, or interpolated face colors. Scalar value, for mixed race marriages, 2.

The CDataMapping property determines how the value rail into the colormap. For an example, see Specifying Coordinates. Sets the FaceColor property to the specified color.

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