plotyy issue with 'bar' graph, not scaling correctly?

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Hello all! When I plot the data using plotyy making a bar graph with two sets of data, MATLAB plots it, but there is a distinct 2 sets of bars that can be seen (within the same binning). If you look at the example plot code given below, when I run this code, it plots the bar plot with two different bar values in order to keep the y-tick label consistent on both sides. I would like MATLAB to always keep the bar consistent, even if it means the ticks have to be different on both sides, I do not know how to do that, Please help! Here is the code:
rest = [330;
0;
3187;
0;
0;
0;
0;
0;
0;
0;
0;
17;
0];
rest_percent = [0.0934;
0;
0.9018;
0;
0;
0;
0;
0;
0;
0;
0;
0.0048;
0];
plotyy(1:13,rest_percent,1:13,rest,'bar','bar');
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 24 Aug 2015
In R2014a I only see one set of bars per bin.
Chris E.
Chris E. on 25 Aug 2015
I did wonder if it is a version issue.... I'm going to look into it! Thanks.

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Morteza
Morteza on 25 Aug 2015
Edited: Morteza on 25 Aug 2015
I plot your data and it become like bellow:
but with change in some parts of plot item...
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Chris E.
Chris E. on 25 Aug 2015
I don't get what you got, mine is all blue bars and black lines. However it looks like yours is doing what mine does, but with color. I want both bars to be exactly even with one another, not having any part that is higher or lower.
Chris E.
Chris E. on 25 Aug 2015
You said, "but with change in some parts of plot item..." Could you show me your code to do that plot (assuming there is something different)? Thanks!

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Chris E.
Chris E. on 25 Aug 2015
I'm attaching a pic to my question:
This is what I get exactly from my code, look at the blue bars, there is actually two of them. Any way to make them line up is what I would like. Thank you!

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