Ask Question Asked 7 years, 8 months ago. I have an image that I would like to set as the background of plot I am making. I have a plot from a network of lines in 3D space and I have one image from the object as well. I'd like to set the default color for the interior region to a specified color. To change the default gray background of the matlab figure window to white issue: set(gcf, 'Color', [1,1,1]); See also:: Hide bounding box and axes in MATLAB 3D plots Tags: color, figure, matlab This entry was posted on Friday, August 26th, 2011 at 7:25 am and is filed under code.You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. How to I change the actual background color of the plot? The "in sight" plot is a binary array with as many elements as the "Elevation" and "Azimuth" arrays. I'd like to change my default factory setting so that all figures I will ever make will appear on a white background, instead of the current default gray background. Unless the InvertHardCopy of the MATLAB figure is set to 'off', the .jpg file will not reflect the background color for the axes. I am making a scatter plot in matplotlib and need to change the background of the actual plot to black. Active 7 years, 8 months ago. Now I want to put the image file in the background of my plot as a fixed background and then the network should be plotted on that background. For Web Server applications, the contents of the figure are saved in a .jpeg file displayed on the web page. This command sets the boundary area for all figures to white. You can change the background color with ax.set_axis_bgcolor, but it will only change the area inside of the plot.This is useful when you have multiple plots in the same figure (a.k.a. Viewed 11k times 2. background plot frame matlab (I'm talking about the color of the background outside the actual figure). a) Set the figure background to white from MATLAB prompt as follows: set(gcf, 'color' , 'w' ); b) Use the “Edit -> Copy figure” option to copy the figure and then paste it into PowerPoint, where it will have a white background . Once I've created a figure, I can do this for just that figure (or subplot of that figure) with matlab plot image as background to graph. Does the figure print with a white background and white axes, even though I have set the axes and figure “Color” property to something other than white; Are the default values and factory values for figure color not consistent in MATLAB 7.6 (R2008a) How to define the own colororder for a bodeplot Learn more about imshow, background, white, digital image processing Change the background color. I know how to change the face color of the plot using: fig = plt.figure() fig.patch.set_facecolor('xkcd:mint green') My issue is that this changes the color of the space around the plot. I would like to change the background of the first plot, such that when the "in sight" variable is 0, the background is red, and when the "in sight" variable is 1, the background is green. multiple charts in the same image) but most of the time is just a headache. EDIT: I am looking to remove the white background entirely, so as to have the main contour plot surrounded by the figure's background color, which in this case is the gray.
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