FIXLABELS Specify precision of axes labels. FIXLABELS(PREC) rewrites the X and Y axis labels of the current axes tp precision PREC. PREC denotes the tenths place of the highest-precision digit, so PREC=-2 includes the hundredths place. Unlike standard matlab labelling, FIXLABELS uses zeros instead of blank spaces to the right of the decimal point. FIXLABELS([XPREC,YPREC]) uses different precision for the X and Y axes. FIXLABELS(H,PREC) rewrites the labels of axes H. H may also be a vector of axes handles, in which case PREC may either be a scalar or a vector PREC=[X1PREC Y1PREC X2PREC ...] . FIXLABELS with no arguments rewrites all X and Y axis labels of the current figure to the default (current) precision for that axis, but using zeros instead of blank spaces to the right of the decimal point. Note: make sure the tickmarks are where you want them in the hardcopy before calling FIXLABELS (since it sets the 'TICKMODE' and 'TICKLABELMODE' properties to 'MANUAL'). _________________________________________________________________ This is part of JLAB --- type 'help jlab' for more information (C) 1999--2015 J.M. Lilly --- type 'help jlab_license' for details