# How to Plot taylor diagram for three time series

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Israel Emmanuel on 13 May 2023
Answered: Shaik on 13 May 2023
I want to plot the following three time series data using taylor plot, can somebody please help.
Time GNSS SAS HOP
1-Jan-18 2.5114 2.4904 2.5075
1-Feb-18 2.5854 2.4996 2.5161
1-Mar-18 2.5992 2.4970 2.5141
1-Apr-18 2.6136 2.5007 2.5174
1-May-18 2.6344 2.4989 2.5157
1-Sep-18 2.6572 2.4979 2.5143
1-Oct-18 2.6262 2.4976 2.5143
1-Nov-18 2.6023 2.4979 2.5148
1-Dec-18 2.5399 2.4967 2.5138

Shaik on 13 May 2023
Hi,
Hope this helps
% Time series data
time = datetime({'1-Jan-18', '1-Feb-18', '1-Mar-18', '1-Apr-18', '1-May-18', '1-Sep-18', '1-Oct-18', '1-Nov-18', '1-Dec-18'});
GNSS = [2.5114, 2.5854, 2.5992, 2.6136, 2.6344, 2.6572, 2.6262, 2.6023, 2.5399];
SAS = [2.4904, 2.4996, 2.4970, 2.5007, 2.4989, 2.4979, 2.4976, 2.4979, 2.4967];
HOP = [2.5075, 2.5161, 2.5141, 2.5174, 2.5157, 2.5143, 2.5143, 2.5148, 2.5138];
% Calculate standard deviations
stds = std([GNSS; SAS; HOP], 0, 2);
% Calculate correlation coefficients
corrs = corrcoef([GNSS; SAS; HOP]');
% Create a Taylor plot
figure;
errorbar(stds, corrs(1, :), 'ko');
hold on;
scatter(stds(2:end), corrs(2:end, 1), 'filled', 'MarkerFaceColor', 'b');
% Set plot title and axis labels
title('Taylor Plot');
xlabel('Standard Deviation');
ylabel('Correlation Coefficient');
legend('GNSS', 'SAS', 'HOP');
Warning: Ignoring extra legend entries.
grid on;
hold off;

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