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How to plot 3 garph in one figure?

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Matmien
Matmien on 3 Dec 2011
How to plot 3 garph in one figure?

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Junaid
Junaid on 3 Dec 2011
Well, if you want to draw three different graph figures into one figure then you can use subplot.
ex: let say I have two graphs and I want them to see adjacent.
subplot(1,2,1), plot([1:10]);
subplot(1,2,2), plot([11:2:30]);
or if you want three different graph only in one figure then doc hold as Grzegorz suggest above.
ex
plot([1:10],'r'); hold on;
plot([11:2:30],'b');

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Matmien
Matmien on 3 Dec 2011
it overlap? or 2 different graph?
Junaid
Junaid on 3 Dec 2011
Second example will show two graphs in one figure, whereas first example will show two graph on two different figures but still in one window. you can execute the code.
try this code.
plot([1:10],'b'); hold on;
plot([11:2:30],'r');
you will see two graph of two different colors.

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Grzegorz Knor
Grzegorz Knor on 3 Dec 2011
doc hold

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