You are right, concerning your comment below.
That will work just fine,
Mark

On 7/13/06, Eric Firing <efiring@hawaii.edu > wrote:


But why is this better than the following?

plot(Z[0,:], Z[1:,:])

The latter would accomplish the same, be completely consistent with
option 4, be completely explicit and unambiguous, require no more typing
than using a kwarg, require no extra logic in the plot code, and require
no extra documentation for the plot command.

Eric
>
> As you said, there will be many more opinions,
>
> Mark
>
>
>
>     To summarize, the options seem to be:
>
>     1) Leave plot argument parsing alone.
>     2) Accept an Nx2 array in place of a pair of arguments containing x
>     and y.
>
>     3) Implement the Matlab model.
>     4) Implement the Matlab model, but taking rows instead of columns in an
>     X or Y array that is 2-D.
>
>     I am open to arguments, but my preference is the Matlab model.  I don't
>     think that the difference in native array storage order matters much.
>     It is more important to have the API at the plot method and function
>     level match the way people think.
>
>     Eric
>
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