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function [h] = plot_subspaces(s,data_type,fig_name)
%Plots signal s of given data type (data_type) and sets the name of the resulting figure (fig_name).
%
%INPUT:
%   s: s(:,t) is the t^th sample.
%   data_type: see 'sample_subspaces.m'
%OUTPUT:
%   h: handle of the figure (NaN means: no plot performed).
%EXAMPLE:
%   [h] = plot_subspaces(s,'3D-geom','hidden subspaces');
%
%Copyright (C) 2012 Zoltan Szabo ("http://nipg.inf.elte.hu/szzoli", "szzoli (at) cs (dot) elte (dot) hu")
%
%This file is part of the ITE (Information Theoretical Estimators) Matlab/Octave toolbox.
%
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if strcmp(class(data_type),'char')
    switch data_type
        case {'ABC','GreekABC','Aw','multi2-geom','IFS','multi2-2-geom','multi2-2-2-geom','multi2-2-2-2-geom'}
            h = plot_subspaces_2D_binary(s); 
        case 'mosaic'
            S = 100;
            h = plot_subspaces_2D_histogram(s,S);
        case {'3D-geom','multi3-geom','multi3-3-geom','multi3-3-3-geom','multi3-3-3-3-geom'}
            h = plot_subspaces_3D_binary(s);
        case 'ikeda'
            h = plot_subspaces_2D_trajectory(s);
        case 'lorenz'
            h = plot_subspaces_3D_trajectory(s);
        otherwise
            disp('There is no drawing procedure associated to this data type.');        
            h = NaN;
    end
else
    h = NaN;
end

%set the name of the figure:
    if ~isnan(h)
        set(h,'Name',fig_name);
    end