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Problem with plotting

Problem with plotting

Problem with plotting

(OP)
Hello to everyone,

I an amateur user of Matlab and I want your help.
I want to plot a figure like the one of the jpg which I have attached to post.I used the function plot but the graph is depicted not with continous lines parrallel to the x-axis but with discrete points.How can I draw such a figure?
(considering that I have insert to code some samples manually)
I am looking forward for your reply.
Thank you!

Manos

RE: Problem with plotting

Instead of default plotting style (looks like points only), tell plot to specificaly use a line:

plot(t,signal,'r-') % a red line, not points

RE: Problem with plotting

(OP)
Thanks, I'll try it!

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