# How to plot a bar graph for individual values?

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GULZAR on 21 Sep 2023
Commented: Chunru on 26 Sep 2023
I need a bar graph for these values with colorjet. The points (1,0), (1,0.1), (1,0.2), (1,0.3), (1,0.4) and (1,0.5) with values respectively 0.725, 0.654, 0.543, 0.812, 0.698 and 0.456 And The points (2,0), (2,0.1), (2,0.2), (2,0.3), (2,0.4) and (2,0.5) with values respectively 0.628, 0.652, 0.783, 0.682, 0.758 and 0.765.
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Chunru on 21 Sep 2023
x = 1:2;
y = 0:0.1:0.5;
z = [0.725, 0.654, 0.543, 0.812, 0.698, 0.456;
0.628, 0.652, 0.783, 0.682, 0.758, 0.765];
b = bar3(y, z');
for i=1:length(b)
b(i).CData = b(i).ZData;
b(i).FaceColor = "interp";
end
colormap(jet)
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GULZAR on 26 Sep 2023
Edited: GULZAR on 26 Sep 2023
In view(2); colorbar;
The layout is separated. I need joined layout. Can you let me know....
Chunru on 26 Sep 2023
Use "width" for bar3
x = 1:2;
y = 0:0.1:0.5;
z = [0.725, 0.654, 0.543, 0.812, 0.698, 0.456;
0.628, 0.652, 0.783, 0.682, 0.758, 0.765];
width = 1;
b = bar3(y, z', width);
for i=1:length(b)
b(i).CData = b(i).ZData;
b(i).FaceColor = "interp";
end
colormap(jet)
view(2); colorbar

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