How to create multiple graphs based on a variable that goes into a for-loop?

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GettinStarted on 27 Jun 2020
Commented: GettinStarted on 29 Jun 2020
Hello Community,
I want to plot multiple graphs into one figure.
The multiple graphs are based on different geometry inputs, i.e. 4 graphs needed for 4 different
The different geometry inputs are used in a loop for B:
I can find the result for every single geometry input, which is fine:
How can I create several graphs for several geometry inputs at the same time?
Thank you very much

Vladimir Sovkov on 27 Jun 2020
use "hold" command
GettinStarted on 27 Jun 2020
thank you for the quick answer.
I know the "hold" command, but I guess this would mean, that I have to create new loops for every different geometry input. So if I want to plot 4 graphs for 4 different geometry inputs this would need 4 loops at the same time.
Is there a more elegant way to do it?

darova on 28 Jun 2020
Maybe you need only one more for loop
expansion = [1 2 3 4];
x = 0:10;
% data
for k = 1:length(expansion)
y = sin(x)*expansion(k);
line(x,y)
end

GettinStarted on 28 Jun 2020
Hi darova,
thank you very much for your help. I think this is going into the right direction.
Maybe u can help me furth with the specific problem:
This is the input. Let's say I want results for R_expansion = 0.12 and R_Rexpansion = 0.2 and R_expansion = 0.3
So this is my loop, where the yellow marked input is:
Can you give it another try?
darova on 29 Jun 2020
Here is another try
GettinStarted on 29 Jun 2020
Hello davora,
thank you very much for your help.

R2020a

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