Hi Marco,
as far as I could see from the octave description of my variable, it is a
2x6x6067 matrix.
I know that index (1,:,:) represents 1 row with values from 0 to 1.
(2,:,:) gives me values from 180 to 180
then the second index represent 6 channels and the last index has 6067
values
So... it has 3 dimensions.
Thanks
Here is one way Probably not what you want but it might help
q=rand(2,6,22);
x1=q(1,1,:)(:)
y1=q(2,1,:)(:)
x2=q(1,2,:)(:)
y2=q(2,2,:)(:)
x3=q(1,3,:)(:)
y3=q(2,3,:)(:)
plot(x1,y1 ,x2,y2,x3,y3)
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