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Error using tabular/plot too many input arguments

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my code for plotting the table is:
if team == 2
Rawdata = readtable('liverpool.xlsx');
x = Rawdata(:,4);
y = Rawdata(:,5);
figure;
plot(x,y);
end
Where i am displayed an error,
I am aware that tables can not be used to plot now, however I can not find a solution around this,
Thanks for any help.

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Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 29 Jan 2021
Use braces instead of parentheses:
% Create sample data.
v1 = sort(rand(10, 1))
v2 = rand(10, 1);
t = table(v1, v2);
% Plot column 2 vs. column 1.
plot(t{:, 1}, t{:, 2}, 'b.-', 'LineWidth', 2);
Braces get you the contents of the table. Parentheses get you a 1-column table, not a 1 column vector of doubles.
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Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 1 Feb 2021
Jake, if it worked, could you accept the answer? Thanks in advance.
Here is the FAQ and it will give you a good idea of when to use braces, brackets, and parentheses:

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