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How to make stack plot with y axis consisting of multiple plots?

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I make the plots by the following code using subplots
for i=2:size(data,1)
plot_fig(i) = plot(data(1,:),data(i,:),'LineWidth',2.5);
hold on
plot_fig = plot(data(1,:),y_2(2,:),'LineWidth',2.5);
But I was wondering if can do the same but using stackedplot() considering that my top plot will have multiple plots in it.
The x-axis is same for the above 2 plots. That means these plots can be a stacked plot.
Jay Vaidya
Jay Vaidya on 19 Nov 2020
Yes, that is right, I am looking for that but with a functionality such that when I zoom in to one of the plots then other plot also shows zoomed in plot (because their plotted x-axis is still the same data)
Adam Danz
Adam Danz on 19 Nov 2020
I think Vasishta Bhargava's answer is what you're looking for.
Also, I just uploaded a function to the file exchange, stackedaxes() which mimicks Matlab's stackedplot but returns the axis handles and allows you to access or add to the content of the figure.

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VBBV on 19 Nov 2020
tbl = readtable('stacked.xlsx');
Vars = {{'A','B','C','D','E'},'F'}; % assuming 6 variable names(Var1 ...Var6) as A,B... E, Five of them plotted as one and remaing seperately
Jay Vaidya
Jay Vaidya on 20 Nov 2020
Hello Vasishta,
Can I not give individual titles to the 2 plot windows in the stackedplot? I am using s.title = 'plot1' in general.

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