Issue with sgtitle and subplots. and question about applying a gradient hue to a lineplot

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Hi folks,
I have the following code with an issue.
The sgtitle seems to appear in the output window but when the figure is opened in its own window, the title disappears!
Also, is it possible to apply a gradient hue to each line depending on another variable (temperature)?
Is there a way around this? My code is as follows:
for i = 1
figure;
myTitle = sprintf('VRA Parameters versus %s', myIDData{i});
sgtitle(myTitle);
for j = 1:14
subplot(7, 2, j);
plot(myData{i}, myData{j});
xlabel(myIDData{i}, "FontWeight","bold");
ylabel(myIDData{j}, "FontWeight","bold");
set(gca, 'xdir', 'reverse');
xlim([0 100]);
end
end

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Star Strider
Star Strider on 20 Sep 2022
Edited: Star Strider on 20 Sep 2022
It may be cut off because of the limits on the figure 'Position' or 'OuterPosition' property.
See if something like:
Fig = gcf;
pos = Fig.OuterPosition
Fig.OuterPosition = pos + [0 -200 0 200];
shifting it down by 200 and then increasing its height by 200 solves the problem.
figure
plot(1:10, randn(1,10))
grid
title('Title')
figure
plot(1:10, randn(1,10))
grid
title('Title')
Fig = gcf;
pos = Fig.OuterPosition;
Fig.OuterPosition = pos + [0 -200 0 200];
See the figure documentation on Position and Size for more information and other options to experiment with.
EDIT — (20 Sep 2022 at 15:40)
I am not certain about the gradient hue. See the patch documentation section on Create Multicolored Line for one approach.
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