changing y limit of a plot

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LUI PAUL
LUI PAUL on 4 Apr 2015
Commented: Image Analyst on 5 Apr 2015
i have x column matrix...the plotting is shown...how to change y axis limit between 0 to 1 not changing x values? please help....

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Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 5 Apr 2015
Use the ylim() function to set the limits of the y axis:
y = y / max(y); % Normalize y
bar(x, y);
ylim([0, 1]);
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Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 5 Apr 2015
You're welcome. Go ahead and officially "Accept this answer" then. Thanks in advance.

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dpb
dpb on 4 Apr 2015
I presume you mean to normalize the values as simply changing the y-axis limits on the plot would just leave a solid blob across the whole graph...how, precisely, to compute that is dependent upon how you have the data that made the plot which you haven't revealed...
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LUI PAUL
LUI PAUL on 5 Apr 2015
Edited: LUI PAUL on 5 Apr 2015
y lim is 0 to 450..and i want to make the limit 0 to 1 with out effecting the x values.that means 450/450=1;0/450=0;actually i want to normalize the data amounts,not the values.

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