used to publish the hypothetical function foo(): function foo(a) plot(a); end
For a school project, I am attempting to write an automated script which runs through a lowpass filter generation scheme in a four-level for loop iteration, changing one parameter through several values at each level. In the heart of this for loop, I would like to publish a function I have written that generates the filter and plots its impulse response as a separate file.
Jim Rockford <email@example.com> wrote in message <firstname.lastname@example.org>... > I can't seem to find a straightforward example on using the "publish" function when it's a function being published that takes input arguments. > > For example, I have the function z = myfunk(x,y) > > The simple publish command >> publish('myfunk','doc') > of course doesn't work > because the input arguments x and y aren't known. > > What is the syntax for specifying the input arguments x,y to publish this function? > > The documentation just says > "Additional code to evaluate during publishing, specified as the comma-separated pair consisting of 'codeToEvaluate' and the string with the corresponding code. Use this option to specify code that does not appear in the MATLAB file, for example to set the value of an input argument for a function being published." > > Sorry, but I find this too opaque absent a single clear example showing this syntax. > > Thanks for the help. > > JR