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Is it possible to update two different graphs?

Asked by David Koenig on 2 Sep 2012
I want to have a time loop going that generates a snapshot of a vibrating string and on a different figure a snapshot of a vibrating membrane. Every time around the time loop I want to present a new snapshot of the string and the membrane. So, I want to keep two different graphs going. I already do it successfully when I work on just the string or just the membrane but now my time loop is generating data on both the string and the membrane.
Therefore, is it possible to keep two different graphs going?
Thanks.

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Answer by Sven
on 2 Sep 2012
Edited by Sven
on 2 Sep 2012
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Hi David,
What exactly do you mean by "keep two different graphs going"?
If you just mean that you want to have two graphs on the screen and have them update at time intervals... yes, that's possible.
fig1 = figure('Position',[50 50 300 300])
fig2 = figure('Position',[350 50 300 300])
while 1
figure(fig1), plot(rand(10,1))
figure(fig2), plot(rand(20,1))
drawnow
pause(1)
end
Does the code above help you out?

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Hi Sven,
Yes, that is exactly what I wanted. Thanks!
Dave

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