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Add y grid only to plot

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chlor thanks
chlor thanks le 12 Juil 2016
Modifié(e) : Francesco le 19 Fév 2024
I would like to add solid y grid lines to my plot according to the y tick in gca.
so I tried:
ax = gca;
ax.YGrid = 'on';
ax.GridLineStyle = '-';
However, this did not work and there is no grid at all in my plot, please help.
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dpb
dpb le 14 Juil 2016
"gca.YGrid='on';is not valid syntax to do this."
I debated about that; not having HG2 wasn't able to check; I (unfortunately) let the previous posting influence in making an unwarranted assumption so left it instead of using the old set notation trying to "get with it" for the new stuff... :(
At least finally uncovered the issue; as I suspected it wasn't profound.
chlor thanks
chlor thanks le 14 Juil 2016
Everything works wonderfully after Adam points out what is wrong with my code.
It turns out that if I want to change the gridline color without affecting the tick color in my 2011 matlab, I need to manually draw those lines instead of using YGrid, so another type of fun for me... Just a little side story.
But still I learnt a lot from your comments, thank you guys!!

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Mathieu
Mathieu le 13 Juil 2016
Hello,
I did something like this in my current project : I create my own lines to simulate grid like I want (and set the HitTest property to off to not take care of these lines with matlab cursor for example) through multiple plots. It is not very elegant but it is working very well and permit you to change as you want the position of the grid.
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chlor thanks
chlor thanks le 13 Juil 2016
That is smart, if I can't figure things out I will have to give it a try, thanks for sharing :D

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Valerii Abramenko
Valerii Abramenko le 23 Juil 2019
Hello,
If someone else needs the grid for only one axis, the answer is here (set(gca, 'YGrid', 'on', 'XGrid', 'off')):
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Klont
Klont le 9 Fév 2024
What about minor gridlines for only one axis?
grid(gca,'minor')
displays them for both X and Y, ignoring
set(gca,'XGrid','on','YGrid','off')
Francesco
Francesco le 19 Fév 2024
Modifié(e) : Francesco le 19 Fév 2024
set(gca, 'XMinorGrid', 'on', 'YMinorGrid', 'off')

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