How to stack histograms

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Wesser
Wesser on 8 Jun 2021
Answered: Star Strider on 8 Jun 2021
Hi,
I'm trying to stack histograms but I'm not having any luck. I would like the data for Security (in blue) to plot along the xaxis and the data for Widefield (in yellow) to sit on top of the Security data.
shist=(MC_participant_Mean(1,Security_all)); %A vector of health info for only the people who lived in security - count of 102
SHist=shist'; %convert row to column
whist=(MC_participant_Mean(1,Widefield_all)); %A vector of health info for only the people who lived in security - count of 99
WHist=whist'; %convert row to column
%figure(1)
histogram(SHist, 'b')
hold on
histogram(WHist, 'y')
hold off
legend('Security', 'Widefield')
These are the errors I'm getting:
>> testSTACK
Error using histogram>parseinput (line 304)
Trailing input arguments must occur in name-value pairs.
Error in histogram (line 145)
[opts,passthrough,dispatchToCategorical] = parseinput(args,firstaxesinput);
Error in testSTACK (line 7)
histogram(SHist, 'b')
The error message is a complete enigma.... Any advice??
Thanks in advance!!

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Star Strider
Star Strider on 8 Jun 2021
See my Comment replying to your Comment.

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