How to iterate over multiple vectors or using a function to draw multiple vectors without using the same piece of code again and again?

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I have below the following 12 vectors:
% FEC = 3.8x10^-3
% % For Phi/Psi = +/-10
CoverageArea_mean_10 = [84.4735,21.1779,6.4247,2.1416];
CoverageArea_min_10 = [98.5128,21.1779,6.9007,2.1416];
CoverageArea_max_10 = [70.1963,19.0363,5.9488,2.1416];
% For Phi/Psi = +/-40
CoverageArea_mean_40 = [0,4.5211,2.3795,0];
CoverageArea_min_40 = [92.5640,21.1779,6.9007,2.1416];
CoverageArea_max_40 = [0,0.4759,0.2380,0];
% FEC = 10^-5
% % For Phi/Psi = +/-10
% CoverageArea_mean_10 = [45.2112,8.8043,1.1898,0];
% CoverageArea_min_10 = [58.7745,10.7079,2.1416,0];
% CoverageArea_max_10 = [38.5485,8.3284,0,0];
% % For Phi/Psi = +/-40
% CoverageArea_mean_40 = [0,0,0,0];
% CoverageArea_min_40 = [53.7775,10.4700,1.4277,0];
% CoverageArea_max_40 = [0,0,0,0];
I want to draw every three vectors in one figure as I did below:
x = [15,30,45,60];
figure
% For Phi/Psi = +/-10
COVERAGE = [CoverageArea_min_10;CoverageArea_mean_10;CoverageArea_max_10];
COVERAGEAREA = [COVERAGE(:,1)';COVERAGE(:,2)';COVERAGE(:,3)';COVERAGE(:,4)'];
bar(x,COVERAGEAREA);
title({'The coverage area';[' \phi = \pm10',' \psi = \pm10',' FEC = 3.8\times10^{-3}']});
xlabel( 'Semi-angle at half power, \Phi_1_/_2 (°)' );
ylabel('Coverage area (m²)');
BarNames = {'min','mean','max'};
legend(BarNames,'Location','best');
grid on;
figure
% For Phi/Psi = +/-40
COVERAGE1 = [CoverageArea_min_40;CoverageArea_mean_40;CoverageArea_max_40];
COVERAGEAREA1 = [COVERAGE1(:,1)';COVERAGE1(:,2)';COVERAGE1(:,3)';COVERAGE1(:,4)'];
bar(x,COVERAGEAREA1);
title({'The coverage area';[' \phi = \pm40',' \psi = \pm40',' FEC = 3.8\times10^{-3}']});
xlabel( 'Semi-angle at half power, \Phi_1_/_2 (°)' );
ylabel('Coverage area (m²)');
BarNames = {'min','mean','max'};
legend(BarNames,'Location','best');
grid on;
The code above will plot the first six vectors in two figures. Now, I need to draw the second 6 vectors in the same manner, but I do not need to write the same above code again. I need to plot all these vectors in the same time every three vectors in one figure. How can I iterrate over them? Or put them in a function to plot them? Any assistance please?

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KALYAN ACHARJYA
KALYAN ACHARJYA le 27 Nov 2022
Modifié(e) : KALYAN ACHARJYA le 27 Nov 2022
% FEC = 3.8x10^-3
% % For Phi/Psi = +/-10
CoverageArea_mean_10 = {[84.4735,21.1779,6.4247,2.1416],[45.2112,8.8043,1.1898,0]};
CoverageArea_min_10 = {[98.5128,21.1779,6.9007,2.1416],[58.7745,10.7079,2.1416,0]};
CoverageArea_max_10 = {[70.1963,19.0363,5.9488,2.1416],[38.5485,8.3284,0,0]};
% For Phi/Psi = +/-40
CoverageArea_mean_40 = {[0,4.5211,2.3795,0],[0,0,0,0]};
CoverageArea_min_40 = {[92.5640,21.1779,6.9007,2.1416],[53.7775,10.4700,1.4277,0]};
CoverageArea_max_40 = {[0,0.4759,0.2380,0],[0,0,0,0]};
for i=1:2
x = [15,30,45,60];
figure
% For Phi/Psi = +/-10
COVERAGE = [CoverageArea_min_10{i};CoverageArea_mean_10{i};CoverageArea_max_10{i}];
COVERAGEAREA = [COVERAGE(:,1)';COVERAGE(:,2)';COVERAGE(:,3)';COVERAGE(:,4)'];
bar(x,COVERAGEAREA);
title({'The coverage area';[' \phi = \pm10',' \psi = \pm10',' FEC = 3.8\times10^{-3}']});
xlabel( 'Semi-angle at half power, \Phi_1_/_2 (°)' );
ylabel('Coverage area (m²)');
BarNames = {'min','mean','max'};
legend(BarNames,'Location','best');
grid on;
figure
% For Phi/Psi = +/-40
COVERAGE1 = [CoverageArea_min_40{i};CoverageArea_mean_40{i};CoverageArea_max_40{i}];
COVERAGEAREA1 = [COVERAGE1(:,1)';COVERAGE1(:,2)';COVERAGE1(:,3)';COVERAGE1(:,4)'];
bar(x,COVERAGEAREA1);
title({'The coverage area';[' \phi = \pm40',' \psi = \pm40',' FEC = 3.8\times10^{-3}']});
xlabel( 'Semi-angle at half power, \Phi_1_/_2 (°)' );
ylabel('Coverage area (m²)');
BarNames = {'min','mean','max'};
legend(BarNames,'Location','best');
grid on;
end
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Haitham AL Satai
Haitham AL Satai le 27 Nov 2022
Modifié(e) : Haitham AL Satai le 27 Nov 2022
@KALYAN ACHARJYA Thank you very much sir. Just one small thing, how can I change the title?
title({ 'The coverage area' ;[ '\phi = \pm10' , '\psi = \pm10' , 'FEC = 3.8\times10^{-3}' ]});
Especially this part
'FEC = 3.8\times10^{-3}'
This is because it will be the same for all.
For the first two figures, it must have the following tilte:
title({ 'The coverage area' ;[ '\phi = \pm10' , '\psi = \pm10' , 'FEC = 3.8\times10^{-3}' ]});
On the second two figure it must have the following
title({ 'The coverage area' ;[ '\phi = \pm10' , '\psi = \pm10' , 'FEC =10^{-5}' ]});

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