Axis step size matlab
Choose Step Size and Number of Iterations The step size and number of iterations that you specify for solvers in your model affect the speed and accuracy of your real-time simulation. If you decrease the step size or increase the number of iterations, the results are . May 08, · Using: "ybounds = ylim; set(gca,'YTick',ybounds(1):stepSize:ybounds(2))" will not work because the step size is always the same. When I try to go from 10^2 to 10^3 and then to 10^4 (and so on) the step size is always changing (10^2 + = 10^3; 10^3+ = 10^4; 10^4 + = 10^5). lim = axis returns the x-axis and y-axis limits for the current axes. For 3-D axes, it also returns the z -axis limits. For polar axes, it returns the theta -axis and r -axis limits.