Asked by Pg
on 12 Aug 2011

how to plot 9x3 subplot using subplot command plz, let me know.

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Answer by Friedrich
on 12 Aug 2011

Hi,

do you mean this:

subplot(9,3,1) plot(1:10) subplot(9,3,2) plot(1:10) %...and so on and finally subplot(9,3,27) plot(1:10)

Answer by Vivek Bhadouria
on 14 Aug 2011

Dear pg,

With 9*3 subplot,you will get 27 plots in a single window. Let us assume you want to plot some signals (vectors) located in your workspace named as a,b,c........z (if you are working with images then use imshow command to show an image in subplot). You can create 9*3 subplot as

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subplot(9,3,1);plot(a);

subplot(9,3,2);plot(b);

subplot(9,3,3);plot(c);

subplot(9,3,4);plot(d);

subplot(9,3,5);plot(e);

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subplot(9,3,26);plot(z);

subplot(9,3,27);plot(some_other_variable)

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In subplot 9*3 means,the window will be having 9 rows and 3 columns so making total of 27 subplots.

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