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# How to plot several signals in 3D

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How can I plot a similar image?
Thank you for your reply,
I'd appreciate if you can give me an example using the below information and I'll adapt it later to my data :
time = 0 : 10e-5 : 2e-2;
y1 = sin(2*pi*50*t);
y2 = sin(2*pi*100*t);
z = [0 5];
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Chunru on 16 Sep 2021
Edited: Chunru on 16 Sep 2021
t = 0 : 10e-5 : 2e-2;
y1 = sin(2*pi*50*t);
y2 = sin(2*pi*100*t);
f = [0 2 4];
plot3(t, f(1)*ones(size(t)), y1);
hold on
plot3(t, f(2)*ones(size(t)), y2);
plot3(t, f(3)*ones(size(t)), y2);
%box on;
hAxis = gca;
hAxis.XRuler.FirstCrossoverValue = 0; % X crossover with Y axis
hAxis.XRuler.SecondCrossoverValue = 0; % X crossover with Z axis
hAxis.YRuler.FirstCrossoverValue = 0; % Y crossover with X axis
hAxis.YRuler.SecondCrossoverValue = 0; % Y crossover with Z axis
hAxis.ZRuler.FirstCrossoverValue = 0; % Z crossover with X axis
hAxis.ZRuler.SecondCrossoverValue = 0; % Z crossover with Y axis
grid on
xlabel('t')
ylabel('f')
zlabel('Amp')
view(20, 60)
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ABDEL KARIM ABDEL KARIM on 17 Sep 2021
Thank you ! I really appreciate it!

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