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seperate multiple graphs(which are in one plot) into several plots

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Hi, I need to seperate the combined graph added(created in fdatool) into 2 graphs(one above the other) like the subplot function do. How can I do it?
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dpb on 25 Dec 2013
I've yet to use it "in anger" but reading the doc looks like maybe fvtool will let you return the evaluated properties of the filter that you can the use to pass to subplot...

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 25 Dec 2013
all_lines = findobj(0, 'type', 'line');
Having picked out all the line objects of all the graphs, you can then get() their Parent and look at their parent's Xlabel and so on to be sure you have the right line. You can check the line Color property to tell which of the two lines you have. You can copyobj() the entire axes, with all information, then adjust the Position properties so that they are not right on top of each other. You can remove one copied line object from each so that only one of the two appears in each of the two axes.

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