"Stephan Buchert" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:email@example.com... > I want to plot an image which is a scan by a meteorological radar. So the > y axis is supposed to show the range, and the image rows are at increasing > range. Meteorologists expect to see the lowest range at the bottom. So I > need to use imagesc(x, y, idat) with y(1)>y(2), or imagesc(x, y, > flipud(idat)), and the image is upside down as I want it, fine. The > problem is that I want also the y axis to start with the lowest range, but > imagesc(x, y, ...) always puts the lowest ticks at the top, no matter > whether y(1)<y(2) or y(1)>y(2). How can I get imagesc to plot the y axis > as in normal plots?
IMAGE (and IMAGESC) set the YDir property of the axes to 'reverse'. To undo this, set the YDir property of the axes to 'normal'.