Combining 3 2D graphs into a 3D figure

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Edward Keavney
Edward Keavney on 21 Oct 2021
Commented: Matt J on 21 Oct 2021
Hi, I have some 3D velocity data and would like to be able to combine three plots with time on the X axis and velocity on the Y axis into one graph without using the subplot function - like the graph below, where in my instance, the Z axis would contain three labels, one each for the X, Y and Z component of the 3D velocity data. I'm already able of making the individual graphs, but I'm struggling to incooperate them into one graph like the one below.
Any help would be gratefully appreciated! Thanks!

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Matt J
Matt J on 21 Oct 2021
Edited: Matt J on 21 Oct 2021
Something like the following, perhaps?
x=linspace(0,5);
z1=x.*exp(-x);
z2=3*x.*exp(-4*x);
Hax=axes;
area(x,z1,'Parent',upright(Hax,1));
area(x,z2,'Parent',upright(Hax,2));
xlabel X; ylabel Y; zlabel Z
ylim([0,3])
grid on;
view(-40,35)
function hg=upright(Hax,i)
hg=hgtransform('Parent',Hax,'Matrix',makehgtform('translate',[0,i,0],'xrotate',pi/2));
end
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Matt J
Matt J on 21 Oct 2021
You're welcome, but since it worked please Accept-click the answer.

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