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legend_best_fit automatically positions the existing legend inside the axes to avoid covering the plotted data. I think it does a better job than the "Location", "Best" option in "legend" command.

Example:

legend_best_fit(axes_handle)
Will position legend inside if it can, return false if it can not.

legend_best_fit(axes_handle, 'adjust y limits', true)
Positions...



Rounds off a datenum to the nearest second, minute, hour, day, month or year. Zip file includes "units.m" (file 4093) by Henning Ressing.

Example: datenum_round_off(now, 'minute')



Matlab-invoked Perl code which cleans up syntax in Matlab code you may have downloaded or inherited:

1) gets rid of trailing commas in "switch", "case", "if and "else" statements.

2)...



Adds a date stamp to a plot which "rolls" like an automobile odometer. Supports a few basic styles like 'mmm-dd-yyyy' and 'dd-mm-yyyy'.

Try "date_odometer_demo" for a quick introduction.