How to plot variables with different array sizes?

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Garrett
Garrett on 14 Apr 2022
Edited: the cyclist on 14 Apr 2022
I'm trying to plot three different trajectory curves (altitude with respect to time), but each of the three curves has a different array size:
t1 = 1x13462 double, Y1 = 1x13462 double
t2 = 1x7041 double, Y2 = 1x7041 double
t3 = 1x31203 double, Y3 = 1x31203 double
I want to plot all these on the same plot, with t on the x-axis and Y on the y-axis. Is there any way to do this without plotting them individually in subplots? Thanks!

Accepted Answer

Voss
Voss on 14 Apr 2022
plot(t1,Y1)
hold on
plot(t2,Y2)
plot(t3,Y3)

More Answers (2)

the cyclist
the cyclist on 14 Apr 2022
Edited: the cyclist on 14 Apr 2022
Here is one way:
figure
hold on
plot(t1,Y1)
plot(t2,Y2)
plot(t3,Y3)
Another is:
figure
plot(t1,Y1,t2,Y2,t3,Y3)

mark li
mark li on 14 Apr 2022
You may :
plot(t1,Y1,t2,Y2,t3,Y3)
Otherwise,
plot(t1,Y1)
hold on
plot(t2,Y2)
plot(t3,Y3)

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