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Selecting two data points form plot

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saravanakumar D
saravanakumar D on 6 Dec 2019
Edited: saravanakumar D on 6 Dec 2019
clear all;
%% Loading the data and assigning the variable
load('_ Mix 0% .mat')
X1=x{1,1};
R1=r{1,1};
P1=phi{1,1};
%% Plotting
figure(1)
subplot(2,1,1)
plot(X1,R1,'LineWidth',2)
subplot(2,1,2)
plot(X1,P1,'LineWidth',2)
%% Selecting the range of data from X1 through clicking the plot using mouse
%[rx,ry]=ginput(2);
[xi,yi] = getpts(X1)
idx1=find(X1==rx(1));
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My plot looks like above. I would like to truncate the vector such that is contains values from 300 to 600. where as in X1 doesn't contain 300 instead it has 300.2454 . I would like to write a genralized code where I can click on plot to record two data points from X1 (xdata).
[x,y] = getinput(2) returned vales are not from the vector i plotted.
[x,y] = getpts(X1) it is returning vector full of zeros. It should work occording to the manual.
rect = getrect(X1) This one also not working
Somebody please help me.

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