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Topic: Plotting a line with variables from a matrix
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dpb

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Re: Plotting a line with variables from a matrix
Posted: Feb 17, 2013 2:59 PM
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On 2/17/2013 1:42 PM, Vilius wrote:
> Yeah ok, V=0:1:10
> Means its a curve with points: 1st (xaxis) V=0 ----> corresponding a11
> (yaxis), 2nd V=1 ----> corresponding a11, V=3 ----> corresponding a11,
> V=4 ----> corresponding a11............................. V=10 ---->
> corresponding a11
>
> SO a curve of varying V against varying a11


How is a11 varying??? It's a constant as shown.

I still can't follow what you're really asking for--fill out a set of
vectors for the overall set of data that you would like plotted even if
you have to manually write them all out explicitly for a small case to
demonstrate. Or, hope that somebody else is better at deciphering your
request than I... :)

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