# Plotting all the columns of a matrix

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Vinay Killamsetty on 29 Aug 2019
Commented: KALYAN ACHARJYA on 29 Aug 2019
Hi,
I want to plot columns of two matrices Z_imag and Z_real in two separate graphs.
I tried to do this code but I wasnt able to:
Z_imag=randi(10,10,3);
Z_real=randi(10,10,3);
width_mil=1:10
for i=1:1:3
figure(1)
Z_im = axes;
plot( Z_im,width_mil,Z_imag(:,i),'-o');
title('Imaginary part of the impedance');
xlabel('W [mil]');
ylabel('Im{Z}');
figure(2)
Z_re = axes;
plot(Z_re,width_mil,Z_real(:,i),'-o');
title('Real part of the impedance');
xlabel('W [mil]');
ylabel('re{Z}');
end
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Vinay Killamsetty on 29 Aug 2019
Z_imag=randi(10,10,3);
Z_real=randi(10,10,3);
width_mil=1:10
for i=1:1:3
figure(1)
Z_im = axes;
plot( Z_im,width_mil,Z_imag(:,i),'-o');
title('Imaginary part of the impedance');
xlabel('W [mil]');
ylabel('Im{Z}');
figure(2)
Z_re = axes;
plot(Z_re,width_mil,Z_real(:,i),'-o');
title('Real part of the impedance');
xlabel('W [mil]');
ylabel('re{Z}');
end
Could you help with this edited code

KALYAN ACHARJYA on 29 Aug 2019
I want to plot columns of two matricesZ_imag and Z_real in two separate graphs.
I assumed, stack bar plot of individual column elements:
matricesZ_imag=rand(4,5);
Z_real=randi(10,4,5)
figure,bar(matricesZ_imag','stacked');
figure,bar(Z_real','stacked');
KALYAN ACHARJYA on 29 Aug 2019
Its my pleasure, Vinay!

madhan ravi on 29 Aug 2019
Edited: madhan ravi on 29 Aug 2019
No loops needed:
plot(mat)
axis([0,5,0,5])
KALYAN ACHARJYA on 29 Aug 2019

R2019a

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