How to Use "Generate Maximally Perceptually Distinct Colors" Function?

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árbol
árbol on 24 Jan 2018
Answered: Soumya Saxena on 2 Feb 2018
I would like to implement Tim Holy's "Generate Maximally Perceptually Distinct Colors" function in my code. I have attempted the following:
colors = distinguishable_colors(100);
plot(t,A(:,j),colors(j,:)); % j is a counter that was defined earlier in the code
xlabel('Time (in days)');
ylabel('Bee Population');
h_xlabel = get(gca,'XLabel');
set(h_xlabel,'FontSize',14);
h_ylabel = get(gca,'YLabel');
set(h_ylabel,'FontSize',14);
set(gca,'fontName','Helvetica');
hold on
I modeled my attempt after the answer to the following question:
https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/105104-how-to-do-plotting-with-different-colors-in-same-figure.
My attempt results in the following error:
Error using plot
Data must be a single matrix Y or a list of pairs X,Y.
Error in AG_Solve_e3v1 (line 77)
plot(t,A(:,j),colors(j,:));
The distinguishable_colors function is posted here: https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/29702-generate-maximally-perceptually-distinct-colors.
Thank you!

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