Merge two plots into one, with the same color

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I have several lines that are made of two data sets with x,y and x2,y2 ranges that together form a single line.
The thing is that when I try to plot them together they have different colors, so they do not look like a single graph. And as I have to plot many of them, I cannot just set them to be an specific color.
for i=0:50
plot(wavelenght+wavelenght2,integratedvalue+integratedvalue2,'DisplayName',num2str(i)); hold on;
end
I tried to do this, but it did not work. I would like to add the two ranges of values of x and y and plot them like a single line.
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Scott MacKenzie
Scott MacKenzie on 10 Jun 2021
It might help if you provide the complete code that generated the plot and the plot as well.

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Sulaymon Eshkabilov
Sulaymon Eshkabilov on 10 Jun 2021
One of the easy solutions to your exercise is to plot it with this way:
for i=0:50
plot(wavelenght+wavelenght2,integratedvalue+integratedvalue2,'b-','DisplayName',num2str(i)); hold on
end
Or assemble of your data and plot them outside of the loop.

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Surabhi KS
Surabhi KS on 10 Jun 2021
You can specify the color of the plot in your loop.
for i=0:50
plot(wavelenght+wavelenght2,integratedvalue+integratedvalue2,'k--','DisplayName',num2str(i)); hold on;
end

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