We expressed the drawing lots of curves into one figure in Matlab® before. But in this article, we will explain the drawing of different curves into different figure windows in Matlab® with a very basic example below.
How To Use ‘figure()’ Command In MatLab®?
To obtain multiple figures at the same time as above, you need to type figure(1), figure(2), figure(3)… and you need to type your graph drawing codes between them. For example between figure(1) and figure(2), we created a loglog() curve,and this curved is created in a ‘Figure 1’ graph as shown by the blue arrow above.
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Also, we created conventional plots between figure(2) and figure(3) and below figure(3) as shown by the red arrow and green arrows above. All the graphs and plots are depicted with different graphs and figures at the same time in Matlab®.
The use of the figure() command in Matlab® is very simple like above, leave your comments and questions about the use of the ‘figure()’ command to create different graph figures at same time in Matlab® below!
This article is prepared for completely educative and informative purposes. Images used courtesy of Matlab®
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