Double y-axis plot

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David du Preez
David du Preez le 1 Juin 2017
Modifié(e) : dpb le 1 Juin 2017
Hi I have a 495x4 matrix. In column 1 are datenum values, column 2,3 and 4 contain data. I want to plot the data from all 3 columns on one plot. The data from column 2 and 3 should be for the y-axis on the left and the data from column 4 for the y-axis on the right. I should therefore have 3 lines on the plot.
I know it is possible to plot 2 lines with plotyy. How would I plot 3 lines ? Is it possible to do this a different way ?
I am using MATLAB 2011b
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Adam
Adam le 1 Juin 2017
You can add two lines on a single axes easily enough using
doc hold
whether or not you have another line on a different axes that happens to be in the same location.
Doing it yourself the more difficult part is just dealing with getting the axis ticks on the right side and not having both grids on at the same time etc.
dpb
dpb le 1 Juin 2017
Modifié(e) : dpb le 1 Juin 2017
Use plotyy, the pre-HG2 yyaxis

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dpb
dpb le 1 Juin 2017
"column 1 are datenum values, ... column 2 and 3 ... on the left and ... column 4 on the right"
Nothing to it... :)
[hAx,hL1,hL2]=plotyy(data(:,1),data(:,2:3),data(:,1),data(:,4));
set(hAx(2),'xtick','[]) % just don't show but one x axis ticks, etc., ...
linkaxes(hAx,'x') % and link the two so stay in synch on limits, etc., ...
datetick(hAx,'x','keeplimits') % and turn to date format
May need to change format and number ticks, etc., to match the data but that's the starting point

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