How to zoom on a particular portion of the graph?

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A =[1 0.108 0.045 0.08 0.098
6 0.27 0.107 0.173 0.205
10 0.331 0.137 0.151 0.177
15 0.349 0.139 0.248 0.302
22 0.36 0.142 0.19 0.222
30 0.362 0.15 0.173 0.201
40 0.554 0.218 0.344 0.417
60 0.369 0.154 0.361 0.484
80 0.379 0.149 0.303 0.387
100 0.611 0.242 0.436 0.534
135 0.68 0.269 0.411 0.483
150 0.685 0.347 0.593 0.691
220 0.958 0.395 0.68 0.864
288 1.208 0.677 0.906 0.942
];
figure('Color','w')
plot(A(:,1),A(:,2:5))
legend('A','C','E', 'G')
xlim([0 300])
ylim([0 2])

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Sam Chak
Sam Chak on 7 May 2022
After the xlim line, enter this:
p = get(gca, 'Position');
h = axes('Parent', gcf, 'Position', [p(1)+.06 p(2)+.45 p(3)-.5 p(4)-.5]);
plot(h, A(:,1), A(:,2:5));
set(h, 'Xlim', [40 120], 'Ylim', [0.1 0.7]);
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SOMNATH MAHATO
SOMNATH MAHATO on 7 May 2022
Thank you for the link. if i add 5 variet in
A =[1 2.943 2.743 0.766 0.715 0.753]
what necessary chage i have to do in
h = axes('Parent', gcf, 'Position', [p(1)+.06 p(2)+.45 p(3)-.5 p(4)-.5 ]);
line?
I have tried it several times but it shows errror in matrix.

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