# How do you plot 3 lines on a graph in MATLAB?

## How do you plot 3 lines on a graph in MATLAB?

1. x = linspace(-5, 5);
2. y1=x.^2;
3. y2=-5*x+2 ;
4. y3=4*ones(size(x));
5. figure(1)
6. plot(x, y1)
7. hold on.
8. plot(x, y2)

## How do you plot multiple lines on one graph in MATLAB?

Plot Multiple Lines By default, MATLAB clears the figure before each plotting command. Use the figure command to open a new figure window. You can plot multiple lines using the hold on command. Until you use hold off or close the window, all plots appear in the current figure window.

How do you plot multiple plots in one plot?

Create Plot Spanning Multiple Rows or Columns To create a plot that spans multiple rows or columns, specify the span argument when you call nexttile . For example, create a 2-by-2 layout. Plot into the first two tiles. Then create a plot that spans one row and two columns.

### How to plot multiple figures MATLAB?

Multiple plots. The plot command can plot several sets of vectors.

• Legends. Here string1 is a string describing the first set of values plotted,string2 is a string describing the second set of values plotted,and string3 is a string describing
• The hold command.
• Subplots.
• Axis limits.
• Figures.
• ### How to plot two lines on the same graph?

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• How do I plot two lines in MATLAB?

a. xlabel: Add labels to x-axis.

• b. Ylabel: Add labels to y-axis.
• c. Title: Update title for the graph.
• d. Grid on: Makes the grid lines visible for the graph.
• e. Axis equal: The plots can be created with a common scale factor and spaces for both the axis.
• f. Axis square: Set of square plots can be generated.
• g. Axis scaling.
• h.
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• #### How to plot data with MATLAB?

Delete the heading information with a text editor and use the load command :- (

• Use the fgetl command to read the heading information one line at at time. You can then parse the column labels with the strtok command.