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Asked by Benjamin on 15 Aug 2011

I am trying to plot four plots in the same figure. First i plot using plotyy. Then two graphs are created, each with a yaxis.

Now I want to plot another two plots. One using yaxis-1 and one using yaxis-2. How do i do this?

If I do

[ax,h1,h2] = plotyy(...) hold on plot(ax(1),...) plot(ax(2),...)

i don't get all four plots.

Thanks :)

Ben

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Answer by Paulo Silva on 15 Aug 2011

Accepted answer

[ax,h1,h2] = plotyy(...) hold(ax(1)) plot(ax(1),...) hold(ax(2)) plot(ax(2),...)

The problem was simple, hold on just holds the current axes and your plotyy makes two axes so only one is the current.

Answer by the cyclist on 15 Aug 2011

figure [hax12 line1 hline2] = plotyy(1:10,1:10,1:10,2:11)

set(hax12,'NextPlot','add')

plot(hax12(1),1:10,3:12) plot(hax12(2),1:10,4:13)

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I mean:

[ax,h1,h2] = plotyy(...)

hold on

plot(ax(1),...)

plot(ax(2),...)