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How can I shift the frame ticks to the corner of each element-cell in a Matrixplot?
I am using the following code,to create a Legend for my plot. I would like to shift (or re-position) the frameticks to the corner of each of the cell-elements instead of being in their middle. I ...
Jan 24 '13 at 10:12
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