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What's the best way to plot overlapping and open ranges?

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Megna Hari
Megna Hari am 22 Aug. 2014
Beantwortet: Mikhail am 22 Aug. 2014
I have a list of numbers and I have a list of ranges. If the smallest number is 600 and the maximum is 94223654 and there are 1872531 numbers (and a list of 145 ranges where some overlap), how do I represent where the values in the list of numbers overlap and where they match up with the ranges and how the ranges overlap? Should I use stem to plot it? I'm not sure how to go about it. Any advice would be helpful! Thanks

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Mikhail
Mikhail am 22 Aug. 2014
Bearbeitet: Mikhail am 22 Aug. 2014
Can you give some example (with like 10 numbers and 4 ranges)? It's difficult to understand what are you meaning
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Megna Hari
Megna Hari am 22 Aug. 2014
Pretend the numbers are [1 3 4 5 8 8 9 10 11 13] and the range variable is 2 columns with mins and maxs as follows: range(:,1)=[1 3 7 11] and range(:,2)=[5 6 10 14]
so sometimes the ranges overlap and sometimes the numbers repeat. Is there a good way to plot it (maybe from 1 through 14) where one line shows how the numbers are scattered and another line shows how the ranges compare with the numbers (and also shows overlapping sections)?

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Mikhail
Mikhail am 22 Aug. 2014
how the numbers are scattered
n=[1 3 4 5 8 8 9 10 11 13];
x=min(n):(max(n)-min(n))/10:max(n);
hist(n,x)
So you will obtain histogram of how your numbers are scattered.
I don't understand about other stuff you asked

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