How can i show two graphs same

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Muhammad on 11 Oct 2013
Commented: Muhammad on 11 Oct 2013
Hi everybody
i have data from two techniques. one technique: x values (0-500) and 500 corresponding y values. 2nd technique: x values (0-200) and 200 corresponding y values.
Problem if i make these graphs they show same graph but less values of x the graph is restricted. i want that both graphs will show on with overlapping. i mean both start with the same value and end with the same value and shows overlapping or looks same.
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Azzi Abdelmalek
Azzi Abdelmalek on 11 Oct 2013
Can you give a short example, for example
% x=0:2 and corresponding y
% x=0:5 and corresponding y

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sixwwwwww on 11 Oct 2013
Perhaps you want something like this(if I understood correctly):
x1 = 1:500;
y1 = x1.^2;
x2 = 1:200;
y2 = x2.^2;
plot(x1, y1, x2, y2), legend('y1', 'y2')
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Muhammad on 11 Oct 2013
No, i am inserting the image
. there are two series from different two techniques. i want a graph in which x1=x2 and y1 =y2.

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