parallelplot and latex interpreter

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Rub Ron
Rub Ron on 11 Mar 2023
Commented: Adam Danz on 14 Apr 2023
I am using parallelplot to generate some plots. However, when I used:
I get:
Unrecognized property TickLabelInterpreter for class ParallelCoordinatesPlot.
Is there any alternative to set the x and y labels of my plot to latex style?
data = randi(1,10,3);
p = parallelplot(data)
p.CoordinateTickLabels = {'one','two','three'};
Adam Danz
Adam Danz on 14 Apr 2023
I wrote that solution prior to working at MathWorks. It uses undocumented features that aren't intended to be use-facing. The problem with using undocumented features is that they may not behave as one may expect and there is no guarantee that they will be supported in the future. We will consider adding an intepreter property that can be used with parallelplot.

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Answers (1)

LR_eng on 13 Mar 2023
Edited: LR_eng on 13 Mar 2023
I just had the same problem. Just changing the font did not help me. Apparently, one workaround is to convert the parallelplot object to a struct like it was done here. This worked for me and that way you can also nicely access all the other useful properties. However, it produces a warning that it is not recommended to do it like that.
data = randi(1,10,3);
p = parallelplot(data);
Warning: Calling STRUCT on an object prevents the object from hiding its implementation details and should thus be avoided. Use DISP or DISPLAY to see the visible public details of an object. See 'help struct' for more information.
S.Axes.XTickLabel = {'$1^1$','$2\cdot2$','$\sqrt{3}$'};
Rub Ron
Rub Ron on 14 Mar 2023
Thanks, but still, what about the x and y labels and the legend

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