# imagesc

Display a matrix as an image with scaled colors.

## Syntax

h = imagesc(z)

h = imagesc(x, y, z)

h = imagesc(..., [cmin cmax])

## Inputs

`z`- Matrix specifying the data for the matrix to be displayed.
`x`- Optional vector to specify the minimum (first element of the vector) and maximum (last element of the vector) values of the x-axis. These values may be used to move or scale the image on the x-axis.
`y`- Optional vector to specify the minimum (first element of the vector) and maximum (last element of the vector) values of the y-axis. These values may be used to move or scale the image on the y-axis.
`cmin, cmax`- Range of the colormap.

## Outputs

- h
- Handle of the imagesc graphics object.

## Examples

Simple imagesc example:

```
cla;
z = [1 2 3; 4 5 6; 7 8 9];
imagesc(z)
colorbar
```

Define the range of the colormap:

```
cla;
z = [1 2 3; 4 5 6; 7 8 9];
imagesc(z, [3 7]);
colorbar
```

imagesc with

`x`and`y`matrices example:```
cla;
im1 = imagesc(rand(10,10));
hold on;
im2 = imagesc(11:20, 11:20, rand(10,10));
```

`x`and

`y`may be used to scale an image:

```
cla;
im1 = imagesc(rand(10,10));
hold on;
im2 = imagesc(11:15, 11:15, rand(10,10));
```

## Comments

If there are no axes, they will be created first. If `x` and
`y` are omitted, the index of the `z` columns is used
for the x coordinates and the index of the `z` rows is used for the y
coordinates.