# shortPeriodCategoryCPlot

## Syntax

## Description

### Basic Syntax and Line Specification

`shortPeriodCategoryCPlot(`

plots vector `nalpha`

,`omega`

)`omega`

versus vector `nalpha`

. If
`nalpha`

or `omega`

is a matrix, then the function
plots the vector versus the rows or columns of the matrix, whichever are aligned. If
`nalpha`

is a scalar and `omega`

is a vector, the
function creates the disconnected line objects and plots them as discrete points
vertically at `nalpha`

. This function is based on the MATLAB^{®}
`plot`

function.

`shortPeriodCategoryCPlot(`

plots short-period category A requirements specified by the line specification
`nalpha`

,`omega`

,`LineSpec`

)`LineSpec`

.

`shortPeriodCategoryCPlot(`

combines the plots specified by the `nalpha`

1,`omega`

1,`LineSpec`

1,...`nalpha`

n,`omega`

n,`LineSpec`

n)`nalpha`

,
`omega`

, and `linespec`

. It sets the line style,
marker type, and color for each line. You can mix `nalpha`

,
`omega`

, `LineSpec`

triplets with
`nalpha`

, `omega`

arguments, for example,
`plot(nalpha1,omega1,nalpha2,omega2,LineSpec2,nalpha3,omega3)`

.

### Name-Value Arguments and Axes Specification

`shortPeriodCategoryCPlot(___,`

plots an altitude envelope contour specified by one or more
`Name,Value`

)`Name,Value`

arguments. Specify name-value arguments after all other
input arguments.

`shortPeriodCategoryCPlot(`

draws an
altitude contour plot onto the axes `ax`

,___)`ax`

. Specify arguments as
previously listed after the `ax`

argument.

### Return Line Objects

## Examples

## Input Arguments

## Output Arguments

## Version History

**Introduced in R2021b**