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How do I plot one timeseries vs another from the command line?

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I have two timeseries. I want to plot them vs each other in an XY plot. Is this possible to do this like in the tstool "XY Plots" option? I want to do this from the command line and not from tstool.

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Azzi Abdelmalek
Azzi Abdelmalek on 16 Dec 2013
t=-10:0.1:10;
x=sin(t);
y=cos(t)
plot(x,y)

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Jason Nicholson
Jason Nicholson on 16 Dec 2013
You do not understand my problem and your answer is not relevant. This is not correct.
This is the data I am working with:
t=-10:0.1:10;
x=sin(t);
y=cos(t);
xx = timeseries(x,t);
yy = timeseries(y,y);
Now I want to plot xx vs yy using the timeseries object. I do not have x and y available. There must be a way to overload plot correctly to get plots of xx vs yy using the timeseries object. Right?
Azzi Abdelmalek
Azzi Abdelmalek on 16 Dec 2013
t=-10:0.1:10;
x=sin(t);
y=cos(t);
xx = timeseries(x,t);
yy = timeseries(y,t);
x1=squeeze(xx.data);
y1=squeeze(yy.data);
plot(x1,y1)

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Tamas Majoros
Tamas Majoros on 15 Aug 2018
Nice thing about timeseries is the built-in utility methods:
[xTs,yTs] = synchronize(xTs,yTs,'Union'); plot(xTs.Data,yTs.Data)

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