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How do I plot a number of different outputs onto the same graph?

How do I plot a number of different outputs onto the same graph?

How do I plot a number of different outputs onto the same graph?

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I have an m-file and it gives out various outputs when I change the conditions in the code. I have seen someone plot the different outputs onto the same graph using the same m-file but slightly changed each time. He did something like rename the parameter and type some plot commands into the command window eg...

plot (t/3600, A) ...

and then slightly changed the m-file, then

plot (t/3600, A2) ...

and plotted both resulting graphs on top of each other so they could be compared easily.

How do you do this. I'm having trouble with it.

I hope someone can help.

Alex

RE: How do I plot a number of different outputs onto the same graph?

Check the help for "hold".

hold on
hold off

- Steve

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