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Jens Benecke

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Plotting differently scaled function sets
Posted: Dec 11, 2003 4:58 AM
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Hi,

I have three measurement results. One measures a signal from 40Hz to 110MHz,
log scale, 201 data points. One measures from 300kHz-150MHz, linear scale.
One measures from 300kHz-1GHz, linear scale.

I want to plot them all using something like

semilogx(f1, data1, '-', f2, data2, ':', f3, data3, '-.');

Problems are the different start/end points and the different scaling
methods. I have thought about interpolating and padding but this seems too
complicated for a (I think) common case as this.

Is there an easier way?


Thank you!


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