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Topic: scientific notation
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Re: scientific notation
Posted: Jul 18, 2014 1:43 PM
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On 07/18/2014 12:29 PM, Will wrote:
> I have a script that formats multiple data sets and plots them in a
> loop. Everything works perfectly but I would like the title to look
> neater. This is how it is now:
> title(sprintf('%3.2f Hz',F(k)))
> where F(k) contains the different values that the graphs are titled
> with. The titles become things like 0.16 Hz which is fine but some are
> more like 100856.08 Hz. I would like all the titles to be expressed in
> scientific notation (i.e. 1.60e-1 Hz or 1.01e5 Hz). Any one have any ideas?

Use %e or %g instead of %f. You can control width and precision as desired.


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