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Re: Plotting vectors as points
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Sue Stones |
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Re: Plotting vectors as points |
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Sat, 15 May 2004 22:48:03 +1000 |
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I fianally managed to solve the problem, I worked out how to plot points using
numbers only, and ony after giving up have found the info to let me plot the
points directly, by taking the vetor apart like a matrix.
p1 = [1; 4]; % vector p1
plot(p1(1,:), p1(2,:), '@b*');
I still can't believe its such an unusual thing to do, but at least I've done
it. Or is it so obvious that there is no need to mention it in the
tutorials??? (At least anyone reading through this list or the archives, will
have a chance of learning from my problems).
Now I need to see if I can determine the format string with a variable. Does
anyone know if this is possible.
sue
On Saturday 15 May 2004 7:12 pm, Sue Stones wrote:
> I have a series of vectors that I need to plot as point. I can't figgure
> out how to do it.
>
> I have 2 groups of 4 vectors, which need to be plotted with different types
> of points to distinguish the groups.
>
> The problem is that it is plotting the x- value of the first vector against
> the x valuse of the second vector, then the y-value of the first vector
> against the y-value of the second vector.
>
> It is interpreting the plot as 4 lines, which end up in the key. Is ther
> some way of getting it to plot sets of points. Can i get rid of the key?
>
>
> thanks
>
> sue
>
>
>
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