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I have in my workspace two variables with different length how can I make them have same length in order to plot them in a graph ?

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Manny Ram
Manny Ram on 24 Jun 2016
Commented: Shameer Parmar on 27 Jun 2016
I have two different variables in my workspace and I want to plot them but they have different indice length one its 16x30000 and the other variable its 9x1200 What could I do ? any solutions?

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Shameer Parmar
Shameer Parmar on 24 Jun 2016
Hello Manny Ram,
Let us consider Varibale A is having size of 16x30000 and B is having size of 9x1200
You can do this..
newRowLength = max(size(A,1),size(B,1));
newColLength = max(size(A,2),size(B,2));
if ((size(A,1)~=newRowLength) || (size(A,2)~=newColLength))
A(newRowLength,newColLength) = [0];
end
if ((size(B,1)~=newRowLength) || (size(B,2)~=newColLength))
B(newRowLength,newColLength) = [0];
end
Now A and B become of same length..

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Shameer Parmar
Shameer Parmar on 27 Jun 2016
As per my given example..
The size of A and B will be now 16 x 30000
But this is the generic code, you can apply on any size of matrix, and it will give you the size of matrix as (greater number of row x greater no of column)
For example: If you have matrix C of 5 x 100 and D matrix of 10 x 50, then this code will give you new matrix C of size 10 x 100 and D also of size 10 X 100.
So that you can perform further operation.

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