Why is my plot missing lines?

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lil brain
lil brain on 2 Mar 2022
Commented: lil brain on 2 Mar 2022
Hi,
I have a matrix called comparisontable_abs and when I plot it using the plot() function, I get a plot which looks right but is missing two lines. Since the matrix comparisontable_abs contains 9 rows I expect there to be 9 lines but the plot only shows 6. Why is that?
Thanks!
My code:
plot(comparisontable_abs);
xlabel('Participants')
ylabel('Hurst exponent')
legend('head - balls glitch', 'left hand - balls glitch', 'right hand - balls glitch',...
'head - baskets glitch', 'right hand - baskets glitch', 'left hand - baskets glitch',...
'head - non-glitch', 'right hand - non-glitch', 'left hand - non-glitch')
grid on
title ('[HIGH] Difference in Hurst (distances) between ball, basket and no glitch')
newcolors = {'red','red','red','yellow','yellow','yellow','green','green','green'};
colororder(newcolors);

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Davide Masiello
Davide Masiello on 2 Mar 2022
Edited: Davide Masiello on 2 Mar 2022
It actually plots 9 lines, but the 1st and 2nd are equal, and the same goes for the 4th and 5th, and 7th and 8th.
So they overlap in you plot.

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