How to combine group of plots into one with separate marker

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i use this code to cobine tow figures but i want help to make loop to combine more than tow figures
thnx
fh1 = open('f1.fig');
fh2 = open('f2.fig');
ax1 = get(fh1, 'Children');
ax2 = get(fh2, 'Children');
ax2p = get(ax2(1),'Children');
copyobj(ax2p, ax1(1));
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mohammed
mohammed on 8 Oct 2022
i don't have the source data thats why i used this method

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J. Alex Lee
J. Alex Lee on 9 Oct 2022
Assuming that each figure only has 1 axes and you want the first axes to be the one you want to copy into
fig(1) = open('f1.fig');
fig(2) = open('f2.fig');
fig(3) = open('f3.fig');
% ...
ax = findobj(fig(1),"Type","Axes");
% identify the axes of the first figure
for i = 2:numel(fig)
PlotObjs = findobj(fig(i),"Type","Line","-or","Type","Scatter")
copyobj(PlotObjs,ax)
end
If you want to re-do the markers, identify all the plot objects and re-set their linespec/colors.
PlotObjs = findobj(fig(1),"Type","Line","-or","Type","Scatter")
for i = 1:numel(PlotObjs)
set(PlotObjs(i),"LineStyle",...)
set(PlotObjs(i),"Marker",...)
set(PlotObjs(i),"Color",...)
% etc
end
You can pre-generate the combinations of linestyle, markers, etc ahead of time and save into arrays to index in the loop

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