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Tue, 14 Apr 2009 09:28:44 +0530 (IST)
Thanks everyone for the help. I did add the hold on between both plots and got
the desired result. Now did things change from Octave 3.0 to 3.03 as I could
plot in Octave 3.0 without the hold in between the plots.
Also, what if I have more than 2 plots. Where do I put the hold command?
> > I am trying to plot two plots on the same plot :;
> > hold on
> > deltaT = 0.0035; niter = 10000;
> > t = linspace ( 0,deltaT*niter, niter)
> > vv1 = vvvv(:,1);
> > vvN = vvvv(:,N);
> > plot(t,vv1,'r*')
> > plot(t,vvN,'b')
> > hold off
> > I am only getting one plot in blue but the legend says
> > I am using octave 3.03 in a Centos environment.
> > Both vv1 and vvN are generating values that are
> different and should thus
> > plot. Could someone help me.
> > Thanks
> > Asha
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> Simply add a "hold on" after the first and before the
> second plot command.
> - mh
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