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How to set multiple limits for multiple lines in a single graph with given data

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Austin Hernandez
Austin Hernandez on 27 Apr 2020
Commented: Austin Hernandez on 27 Apr 2020
I currently have a graph that has 2 sloped lines. I cannot simply set the boundaries of X because the data was given in matrix El. I want to have a line go from X = 9 to 13 and another line from X = 13 to 16. El is a matrix of 2x1601 (2 is for 2 lines) and I just want to keep the portion between those limits. Here is the code (may be a bit long)
I tried linspace so that I could even plot it, but I see now that it just squishes the values of El into the desired limits, giving me the wrong line.
I am trying to automatically create graphs (pourbaix diagrams) that can be pretty complex.
This is what I want:
This is what I'm getting:
Basically, the code is set up to calculate the slope of those 2 lines, where it will then calculate the intersection of them. This intersection is then set as a lower limit for the line that goes from 13 to 16 (the line with a higher slope). So I want the line with the lesser slope to be in the range of X = 9-13
%setting up sloped lines
s1a = El(1,:);
s2a = El(2,:);
ab1 = linspace(b,a,length(s1a));
ab2 = linspace(a,mx,length(s2a));
s1 = diff(s1a)/diff(ab1)
s2 = diff(s2a)/diff(ab1)
%finding intersection of the 2 lines so boundary can be found for vert line
[x1,y1] = polyxpoly(pH,s1a,pH,s2a);
if s1 > s2
Austin Hernandez
Austin Hernandez on 27 Apr 2020
The program I'm writing will automatically construct 2 graphs. Heres' the first:
The second is the "polished" version of the first graph, which is automatically found after determining where the line stops. I want a rough version of this:
but instead I get this:
The first graph is made from user inputs, and the second is an attempt at getting the proper graphs. I just simply want to take the data from the for loop, and plot it so that it looks like the 2nd picture. But I don't know how to automatically set the limits of the lines from the calculated data.

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