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How can I join two column data variables and then call that data set to be plot

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I have two data variables in the form of a column, what I want is to join these two variables and then call it with a single variable.
I need to join x1 and y1 in a single function and then plot as if it were just a variable that contains x1 on the x axis and y1 on the y axis.
I have tried concatenating with the 'cat' command but the values in the figure are not the same.
David on 11 Jul 2022
I need to be able to join these two variables to create a single variable that I will later use as a reference, that is what I am looking for
Adam Danz
Adam Danz on 11 Jul 2022
Join them vertically to make 1 column of data (my previous commen) or join them side-by-side into 2 columns (below).
x1y1 = [x1, y1];

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Kshittiz Bhardwaj
Kshittiz Bhardwaj on 13 Jul 2022
Hello David,
As per my understanding, you want to vertically concatenate 2 variables and call it using a single variable.
You can do that using:
new = [x1;y1];
Alternatively, if you want to join them side-by-side, you can try:
new = [x1 y1];


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