I recently had to make a Matlab™ subplot and wanted to link the axes of the two plots together, so that both graphs show the same range on their x-axis. Of course, there is a simple command for this in Matlab™: linkaxes. Detailed information about the command can be found on the Web-Documentation. The following code shows, how I did it in my script.
Some days ago, I needed to write an m-ﬁle (Matlab™ Function File), which had to run under Octave as well. If you use full Octave compliant stuﬀ, this works quite easily without modiﬁcation of your code. But if you use e. g. subplot(…) with a range to make one plot broader or wider, Octave resigns. Therefore, I put in the following statement and wrote this blog message as a reminder :)
Today, I applied for a sourceforge project for timecode4. For sure, sourceforge is a much better platform for hosting the source-code and maybe it raises more interest and perhaps some collaborators, too? You can stay informed about the application status here:
For nice usage statistics, I installed webalizer on my ubuntu server machine and enjoyed the nice diagrams after the ﬁrst run. It was a bit suspicious, that the hits were such heavily increasing and so I decided to take a look on logrotate and furthermore crontab.
Today, I found a website, which discussed the feature to make a
<ul> (unordered list) based menu right aligned. To me, it was a bit confusing and I was not sure, what style items are necessary to get the work done. Now I can tell: Use the following two style declarations in the ul-section of your cascading style sheet.
You can now ﬁnd a drupal upgrade script on github and for drupal modules installation! Beware that this script was written for my site setup and works for me, maybe not for you, as you have other site setups, etc. I wrote it with respect to other setups though, but will never guarantee that :) If you are reluctant, try drush instead - though drush screwed my page up at least :/
Recently, I needed to upgrade my drupal installation and was quite surprised by the complexity of a drupal system update. Therefore, I sum up the steps necessary here, to simplify the process next time.