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Removing connecting lines between points in plot

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Hi, When i try to plot the following data x,y, and z using plot 3 function, i'm getting the plot, where the points have connection lines between them. How can i remove those connecting lines between points ? This is my code:
x=0:5:50;
y=0:5:50;
z=0:5:50;
plot3(x,y,z,'Color',[1,0,0],'Marker','o');
Thanks in advance.

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Stefan Raab
Stefan Raab on 4 May 2016
Hello,
add the following name value pair:
'LineStyle','none'
Kind regards, Stefan
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utsav kakkad
utsav kakkad on 8 Jan 2019
I couldn't quite get it doing the same gives me an error
Can you please kindly give me the exact syntax of what exactly you did?
I need to remove a line coming bang in the middle of my graph & its frustrating me

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pinhas elbaiev
pinhas elbaiev on 25 Nov 2018
i dont understand...plz can u show what u did?

Maryam
Maryam on 28 Jan 2019
errorbar(x, y ,'horizontal', 'LineStyle', 'none');
Pinhas,
try the code line above.
I was trying to plot the std lines horizontally, but I got some extra vertical lines. With this code line however, it only gave the horizontal lines.
Thanks Stefan. :)

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