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I make the plots by the following code using subplots

subplot(2,1,1)

for i=2:size(data,1)

plot_fig(i) = plot(data(1,:),data(i,:),'LineWidth',2.5);

hold on

end

subplot(2,1,2)

plot_fig = plot(data(1,:),y_2(2,:),'LineWidth',2.5);

But I was wondering if can do the same but using stackedplot() considering that my top plot will have multiple plots in it.

The x-axis is same for the above 2 plots. That means these plots can be a stacked plot.

Adam Danz
on 19 Nov 2020

VBBV
on 19 Nov 2020

tbl = readtable('stacked.xlsx');

Vars = {{'A','B','C','D','E'},'F'}; % assuming 6 variable names(Var1 ...Var6) as A,B... E, Five of them plotted as one and remaing seperately

stackedplot(tbl,Vars)

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