Ylim for bar subplot

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Xuanyi Zhou
Xuanyi Zhou on 27 Jun 2022
Commented: Xuanyi Zhou on 28 Jun 2022
This is my code and yi perfer toadd a ylim([0,6]); for the last subplot. BUt it looks doesn't work.
figure(1);
x=data(:,1)/1000;
y1=data(:,2);
y2=data(:,3);
y3=data(:,4);
Y=[y1;y2;y3];
y111=data3(:,2);
y222=data3(:,3);
y333=data3(:,4);
Y2=[y111;y222;y333];
subplot(3,1,1);
% plot(x,y1);
h1=bar(x,[y1,y111]);
% h1 = bar(y1);
set(h1, {'DisplayName'}, {'offline ic\_input','real-time ic\_input'}')
legend('FontSize', 12)
hold on;
subplot(3,1,2);
% plot(x,y2);
h2 = bar(x,[y2,y222]);
% h2 = bar(y2);
set(h2, {'DisplayName'}, {'offline ic\_output','real-time ic\_output'}')
legend('FontSize', 12)
hold on;
subplot(3,1,3);
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Xuanyi Zhou
Xuanyi Zhou on 28 Jun 2022
Yeah, here it is. Thank you so much.

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Answers (1)

Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 27 Jun 2022
subplot(3,1,3);
By default ylim() applies to the current axes. You just called subplot() so the current axes is the third one, which you have not drawn into yet.
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Xuanyi Zhou
Xuanyi Zhou on 28 Jun 2022
Thank you so much

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