Is there a 100% stacked area chart in MALTAB?

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I am trying to find any implementation or how to implement a 100% stacked area chart in MATLAB? Any ideas?
Excel has them: Excel charts

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Oleg Komarov
Oleg Komarov on 25 Jan 2011
doc area
The example from the help:
Y = [1, 5, 3;
3, 2, 7;
1, 5, 3;
2, 6, 1];
area(Y)
grid on
colormap summer
set(gca,'Layer','top')
title 'Stacked Area Plot'
EDIT: I forgot to normalize it...
% Modify Y to get 100% stacked
Y = bsxfun(@rdivide, Y, sum(Y,2));
Oleg
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Andras Nemes
Andras Nemes on 31 Jan 2011
I am interested in being able to reproduce the area plot (just a fill of 2d data to axis) and staggered behind each other as in the original link to the excel image.

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Todd Flanagan
Todd Flanagan on 25 Jan 2011

You can use the AREA function:

Y = [1, 5, 3;
     3, 2, 7;
     1, 5, 3;
     2, 6, 1];
area(Y)
grid on
colormap summer
set(gca,'Layer','top')
title 'Stacked Area Plot'
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Todd Flanagan
Todd Flanagan on 25 Jan 2011
Jesse, I'm not sure this is what you want. This is justed stacked area, not 100% stacked, correct?

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Prathveraj Shetty
Prathveraj Shetty on 16 Feb 2019
hello,
i have one doubt. If i have a coordinate of a point and a black & white image(i.e., digital 0 or 1) how can get the distance of each pixel of the image from this point.

akshatha nayak
akshatha nayak on 25 Mar 2019
Today we had to show demo of project that time sir said u people need to capture real qorld image not the folder one how to do that to capture eye image any code pls

Cebastien Joel GUEMBOU SHOUOP
Thank you for the clear comment on that.
It help me too.

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