Combine arrays

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Kris
Kris on 12 Jun 2012
In order to visualise my simulation i want to plot some results. During my simulation i created multiple arrays of the size= 96x1, 96x3, 96x5.
Want i want to achieve is to combine these arrays into a single 96x9 array as i see no other way to plot them all into one graph.
Can anyone help? :
Thank you,
Kris

Accepted Answer

Kye Taylor
Kye Taylor on 12 Jun 2012
@Sean's answer is great. (That's my vote up there...)
To suggest other ways to plot arrays on the same axis, try
Approach 1)
figure, hold on
plot(x1)
plot(x2)
plot(x3)
Approach 2.)
plot(1:length(x1),x2,1:length(x2),x2,1:length(x3),x3)
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Sean de Wolski
Sean de Wolski on 12 Jun 2012
don't hold on
figure;
plot(x1)
Now either make a new figure and plot(x2) or just call plot(x2) and plot(x1) will be overwritten.

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More Answers (2)

Sean de Wolski
Sean de Wolski on 12 Jun 2012
Xcat = [x1 x2 x3];
do_stuff_with(Xcat)
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Kris
Kris on 12 Jun 2012
Doesn't work :s
i've created the arrays like this :
V(a,1) = result1
Q(a:)= result2,3,4
i want V and Q to appear on the same graph

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Kris
Kris on 12 Jun 2012
@Kyle and Sean, thx for the very fast answer!
Kyle's second method works for my case. I can plot all variables now!
grattitude!
:)

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