Line Plot with Highest value in the middle

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Toyese Ayorinde
Toyese Ayorinde on 26 May 2022
Answered: Toyese Ayorinde on 26 May 2022
Hi,
Please how can I make a plot with the highest value in the middle while the lowest values at the bottom and top
For example
y -axis has [0, 5, 0]
Thanks

Answers (2)

DGM
DGM on 26 May 2022
Edited: DGM on 26 May 2022
You mean
y = [0, 5, 0];
plot(y)
If you mean something else, you'll have to elaborate.
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dpb
dpb on 26 May 2022
MATLAB axes are unidirectional by definition and can't be anything else -- and it doesn't make any sense, either.
If the y-axis were to be double-valued, which 700 value is to be used for any given set of x,y data? It's not defined only by the y value, but by the ordinal position in the vector, apparently.
All you could do in this case is plot the data in the time vector and then label tick values correspondingly as wanted independent of what the actual tick values are or have overlaying axes with independent scales and plot into the axes of choice for which piece of the data is associated with that section.

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Toyese Ayorinde
Toyese Ayorinde on 26 May 2022
Ok!
I got your point.
Thanks

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