This is a quick and easy way to use MJSplot.js from Matlab. I find that Matlab's graph don't look that good, so I sometimes use MJSplots's high resolution .png export option for printing graphs.

This works like: `MJSplot( data, captions, titlestr, xaxis,yaxis )`. Where `data` is a cell array like `{x y}` or `{x1 y1 x2 y2 ...}`; `captions` is a cell array of strings (`{'r8' 'r1'}`);
`titlestr, xaxis, yaxis` are just strings. It will write a file called `matlabplot.html` into the working directory that is a full screen plot (scales to the size of the browser window).
You'll need a version of MJSplot.js in the working directory too.
The matlab internal web browser doesn't work with HTML5, so the best way is to right-click and pick 'Open Outside MATLAB'.