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LineWidth PROPERTY "plot command error"

Asked by MASTER WHOS on 14 Feb 2019
Latest activity Commented on by MASTER WHOS on 14 Feb 2019
1-What might be the problem? 2-What does linewidth property mean? 3-What to do?
[I am using matlab R2016b]
When I want to plot line with color and certain width, I recceive an error:
THE COMMAND
plot(SNR_db,Pd_NSP_cat_mean(:,2),'b','LineWidth',2.5)
THE ERROR:
Error using plot
There is no LineWidth property on the Line class.
Error in PROJECTION_BASED_SHARING (line 76)
plot(SNR_db ,Pd_NSP_cat_mean(:,1),'g','LineWidth ',2.5)

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Answer by Geoff Hayes
on 14 Feb 2019
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Look closely at your line of code
plot(SNR_db ,Pd_NSP_cat_mean(:,1),'g','LineWidth ',2.5)
There is an extra space after LineWidth. Try removing the space and try again like with
plot(SNR_db ,Pd_NSP_cat_mean(:,1),'g','LineWidth',2.5)
(the above seemed to fix it for me).

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THANK YOU VERY MUCH IT WORKED :)

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