Asked by Bharath Lohray
on 1 May 2013

I know this question has been asked before - but none of them deal with a 3D plot with 2 Y axis. My question is a continuation of - http://stackoverflow.com/questions/16309153/how-do-i-add-a-2d-plot-along-with-a-surface-or-mesh-plot-in-matlab or http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/74160-how-do-i-add-a-2d-plot-along-with-a-surface-or-mesh-plot-in-matlab.

I have now successfully managed to add a 2D plot along with a surface plot. See image below -

Now my problem is that the range of the 2D plot is so high that the 3D plot is shrunk to look like nothing more than a plane on the ceiling. It is supposed to have variations like the figure in the question I have lined above.

How do I provide a different Y axis for the 2D plot so that the 3D plot is not shrunk like it is here.

Answer by Babak
on 1 May 2013

Look up

plotyy()

in the documentation.

Bharath Lohray
on 1 May 2013

As I understand plotyy(), it is meant for 2D plots only and not for 3D plots.

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