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Fixing loop values while plotting

Asked by Fabiano Da Mota on 23 Apr 2019
Latest activity Commented on by Fabiano Da Mota on 24 Apr 2019
Hello All,
I have been practicing matlab for fun for sometime now and I am getting into plotting data structures at the moment. I have been trying to "fix" certain loop values while plotting but I have been having a hard time getting this to work. In the code below, I would like to plot all the 'b" values for y=1 and z=1 while x=1:3. I can easily do this by fixing one of the variables but I currently can not fix y and z at the same time. Please see my simple code below. Any advice would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!
vals.y=[];
vals.x=[];
vals.b=[];
vals.z=[];
for z = 1:3;
for y = 1:3;
for x=1:3;
b = x*y*z;
vals.y(end+1)=y;
vals.x(end+1)=x;
vals.b(end+1)=b;
vals.z(end+1)=z;
end
end
end
plot(vals.b(vals.y==1),vals.x(vals.y==1));
%plot(vals.b(vals.y==1 & vals.z==1,vals.x(vals.y==1 & vals.z==1)); - Would Like to this
% to this

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Answer by Shunichi Kusano on 24 Apr 2019

Your code almost works. You need a closing parenthesis.
plot(vals.b(vals.y==1 & vals.z==1,vals.x(vals.y==1 & vals.z==1)) % your code
plot(vals.b(vals.y==1 & vals.z==1),vals.x(vals.y==1 & vals.z==1)) % corrected code
And one suggestion. It's a good practice that you do not use for-loop, if you can. In this case, The following code is prefarable. This is easier to write and faster to calculate.
[vals.x, vals.y, vals.z] = meshgrid(1:3);
b = vals.x .* vals.y .* vals.z;

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Hello Shunichi,
Thank you very much! I have been trying different things for a couple of hours and the solution was simpler than I expected. Thank you again.

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