How to plot using semilogy

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Max
Max on 1 Dec 2015
Answered: Walter Roberson on 2 Dec 2015
how would I plot using semilogy()
for
t=1.57123822236922 1.60940312809172 47.3847818221929 1.55948917911167 1.28901816023201 8.96854743796101 0.966229733431288 0.656941993512154
and the x-axis is length(t);

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TastyPastry
TastyPastry on 1 Dec 2015
Edited: TastyPastry on 1 Dec 2015
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Max
Max on 1 Dec 2015
would y just be t in this case?

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 2 Dec 2015
t = [1.57123822236922 1.60940312809172 47.3847818221929 1.55948917911167 1.28901816023201 8.96854743796101 0.966229733431288 0.65694199351215];
semilogy(t)

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