Display image with uneven axis.

uimage(X,Y,C) displays matrix C as an image, using the vectors X and 
Y to specify the X and Y coordinates. X and Y may be unevenly spaced 
vectors, but must be increasing. The size of C must be LENGTH(Y)* 
LENGTH(X). (Most probably you'll want to display C' instead of C). 
Contrary to Matlab's original IMAGE function, here the vectors X and Y 
do not need to be linearly spaced. Whereas IMAGE linearly interpolates 
the X-axis between X(1) and X(end), ignoring all other values (idem 
for Y), uimage allows for X and/or Y to be unevenly spaced vectors, by 
locally stretching the matrix C (ie, by duplicating some elements of C) 
for larger X and/or Y intervals. 
The syntax for uimage(X,Y,C,...) is the same as IMAGE(X,Y,C,...) 
(all the remaining arguments, eg 'PropertyName'-PropertyValue pairs, 
are passed to IMAGE). See IMAGE for details. 
Use UIMAGESC to scale the data using the full colormap. The syntax for 
UIMAGESC(X,Y,C,...) is the same as IMAGESC(X,Y,C,...). 
Typical uses: 
   - Plotting a spatio-temporal diagram (T,X), with unevenly spaced 
   time intervals for T (eg, when some values are missing, or when 
   using a non-constant sampling rate). 
   - Plotting a set of power spectra with frequency in log-scale. 
h = uimage(X,Y,C,...) returns a handle to the image. 
  c = randn(50,20);         % Random 50x20 matrix 
  x = logspace(1,3,50);     % log-spaced X-axis, between 10 and 1000 
  y = linspace(3,8,20);     % lin-spaced Y-axis, between 3 and 8 
  uimagesc(x,y,c');         % displays the matrix 
F. Moisy 
Revision: 1.10,  Date: 2012/01/31. 
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