# Divide your plot to four quarters and plot each of the four curves in a separate quarter of the plot.

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Abdel Rahman Attia on 6 Apr 2019
Commented: A. Sawas on 6 Apr 2019
How to do i divide my plot into different quarters

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Abdel Rahman Attia on 6 Apr 2019
No that's not what i mean; I mean if i have sin(3t) for example ,and i want to divide that function and plot each part into a different quarter.
Rik on 6 Apr 2019
What do you mean by dividing a function?
Abdel Rahman Attia on 6 Apr 2019
Not dividing A function, It's ploting the function and dividing that plot into four quarters .

A. Sawas on 6 Apr 2019
The only way to create multiple plots in a figure is to use subplots as mentioned by per isakson
You need to decide how to divide the plot then plot each part on a separeat subplot.
For example the following code divides a sin signal into four parts:
t=linspace(0,2*pi);
d=floor(length(t)/4);
t1=t(1:d);
t2=t((1:d)+d);
t3=t((1:d)+2*d);
t4=t((3*d+1):end);
figure;
subplot(2,2,1); plot(t1, sin(t1));
subplot(2,2,2); plot(t2, sin(t2));
subplot(2,2,3); plot(t3, sin(t3));
subplot(2,2,4); plot(t4, sin(t4));

Abdel Rahman Attia on 6 Apr 2019
Thanks man <3
A. Sawas on 6 Apr 2019
My pleasure :)

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