# Why would the same x and y data points be plotted differently on UIaxis (app designer)?

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Raju Kumar am 13 Mai 2021
Kommentiert: Raju Kumar am 25 Jun. 2021
Hello all,
I need to know something about figures in the app designer, which I am not able to understand. I am plotting two figures for the same x and y data points but those figures trun out to be different. Can anybody explain, where am I doing wrong? Here is the explanation:
Figure 1(first attachment): This is plotted (data points: x =[353 423 625]; y = [1461 1760 2614];) in a complex code.
Figure 2 (second attachment): I have plotted externally by manullay inserting those x and y data points in a much simpler code.
I do not understand why would Figure 1 and Figure 2 look different given the fact that the same data points are being plotted?
any leads will be much appreciated. Thank you.
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Divija Aleti am 21 Jun. 2021
Hi Raju,
In your first attachment, it looks as though the y-axis units aren't spaced uniformly.
Could you send your complex code which resulted in this plot? It would be helpful for reproducing the same result and also for debugging.
Walter Roberson am 21 Jun. 2021
ylim is different, which would give a different appearance.

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DGM am 21 Jun. 2021
Somewhere along the way, it looks like you're setting the y-scale to logarithmic.
x =[353 423 625]; y = [1461 1760 2614];
plot(x,y)
set(gca,'yscale','linear')
plot(x,y) % same data
set(gca,'yscale','log') % different scale
If you don't know where/how that's happening, you might need to post some code
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Raju Kumar am 25 Jun. 2021
Hi DGM,
Yes. You're right. I managed to find out later. But Thanks. I should have mentioned.

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