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Topic: 3 Y axes wih 4 variable
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Murat

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Registered: 4/20/13
Re: 3 Y axes wih 4 variable
Posted: Apr 21, 2013 4:22 AM
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dpb <none@non.net> wrote in message <kku7ds$lbc$1@speranza.aioe.org>...
> On 4/20/2013 2:24 AM, Murat wrote:
> > Hi. I am new in Matlab and i have a problem having plotting 3 'Y' axes
> > with one of the Y axes are common with two variable. it's like 4
> > variable as in the image. How can i get the true code? Please help me out.
> > http://img401.imageshack.us/img401/1750/3yaxeswith2common.png

>
> See doc under 'Graphics -- Objects -- Axes Properties' there's a topic
> titled "Using Multiple X= and Y-Axes"
>
> From its example modified slightly...
>
> x1 = [0:.1:40];
> y1 = 4.*cos(x1)./(x1+2);
> x2 = [1:.2:20];
> y2 = x2.^2./x2.^3;
>

> >> hl1 = line(x1,y1,'Color','r');
> ax1 = gca;
> set(ax1,'XColor','r','YColor','r')
>
> pos_ax1 = get(ax1,'Position'); % get the position vector 1st axis
> % set the left position for another; make width so right sides match...
> pos_ax2=pos_ax1; pos_ax2(1)=0.25;
> pos_ax2(3)=pos_ax1(3)+pos_ax1(1)-pos_ax2(1);
> % Now add another...
> ax2 = axes('Position',pos_ax2,...
> 'XAxisLocation','bottom',...
> 'YAxisLocation','left',...
> 'Color','none',...
> 'XColor','k','YColor','k');
>
>
> Salt to suit...
>
> --


Thank you very much for your attention.
i solved this problem with plot4y in file exchange page.



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