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# How to make stack plot with y axis consisting of multiple plots?

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Jay Vaidya on 18 Nov 2020
Commented: Jay Vaidya on 20 Nov 2020
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.
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Adam Danz on 19 Nov 2020
I think Vasishta Bhargava's answer is what you're looking for.
Also, I just uploaded a function to the file exchange, stackedaxes() which mimicks Matlab's stackedplot but returns the axis handles and allows you to access or add to the content of the figure. Sign in to comment.

### Accepted Answer

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
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Jay Vaidya on 20 Nov 2020
Hello Vasishta,
Can I not give individual titles to the 2 plot windows in the stackedplot? I am using s.title = 'plot1' in general.

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