I have seen on other computers (running r2014,r2015a) that when you plot a graph (talking specifically about an errorbar plot), the function automatically determines the correct xlim and ylim and shows the line a little away from the axis.
But on another computer that I'm currently using (running r2018a), the generated plot results in bars kissing the y axis (i.e. xlim issue)
I have attached a generated plot and a fixed version of it (that I correct using xlim; the one I have seen other versions figure out automatically).
If there is a default setting that I'm missing, please educate me on that. If nothing, if you know, please tell me why these versions are so different. Newer versions are expected to be better, no?
meanss = [0.377 0.375 0.361];
semss = [0.008 0.008 0.008];
tt = errorbar(meanss, semss);
xl = xlim;