Plotting graph using M-file.

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Shantanu K
Shantanu K on 1 Mar 2013
I want to plot graph of x Vs y. So when i do below steps its showing me error as Too many input arguments. So please let me know if you have any idea about this.
for i = 1:10:100
y=i+2;
t=y^2+4;
x(i) = (2*t-1);
k(i)=y+1;
end
plot (x(i),y(i))
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kash
kash on 1 Mar 2013
the reason i sthe value x has more values than y ,y has single value,use plot inside loop
Shantanu K
Shantanu K on 1 Mar 2013
i tried by using plot inside loop command still its showing error.

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kash
kash on 1 Mar 2013
Edited: kash on 1 Mar 2013
Try this
for i = 1:10:100
y=i+2;
t=y^2+4;
x(i) = (2*t-1);
k(i)=y+1;
bar(x,y)
end
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Shantanu K
Shantanu K on 1 Mar 2013
Edited: Shantanu K on 1 Mar 2013
Thanks Kash for your answer but i want it in x Vs y format only....so if you know any other way please let me know. I am doing this program in m-file so i want this to work in mfile

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ChristianW
ChristianW on 1 Mar 2013
k = 0;
for m = 1:10:100
k = k+1;
y(k)=m+2;
t=y(k)^2+4;
x(k) = (2*t-1);
end
plot(x,y)
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ChristianW
ChristianW on 1 Mar 2013
Copy/Paste it to a new m-file, save and run it.
kash
kash on 1 Mar 2013
It works fine in my system,datas are plotted

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