Simple x–y Plots

 

Once vectors of x -values and y -values have been defi ned, MATLAB makes it easy to  create plots. Suppose a set of time versus distance data were obtained through measurement.

We can store the time values in a vector called x (the user can define any con-venient name) and the distance values in a vector called y :
x = [0:2:18];
y = [0, 0.33, 4.13, 6.29, 6.85, 11.19, 13.19, 13.96, 16.33,
18.17];
To plot these points, use the plot command, with x and y as arguments:
plot(x,y)

x,y plot matlab

A graphics window automatically opens, which MATLAB  calls Figure 1. The resulting plot is shown in Figure 5.1 . (Slight variations in scaling of the plot may  occur, depending on the size of the graphics window.)

matlab plot imagen

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