# How to make this code more efficient?

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suleiman abdullahi on 26 Sep 2020
I am new to MATLAB hence my poor use of it as you can see in this piece of code. I think a for loop would be handy here, so any help is appreciated.
% these are four time series to plotted against a set of signal data shown as accVert, accLat and accLong
newTime1 = (time >= 8 & time <= 11) ; % select data of specific time
newTime2 = (time >= 81 & time <= 86) ;
newTime3 = (time >= 124 & time <= 128) ;
newTime4 = (time >= 167 & time <= 172) ;
figure(3),clf(3)
subplot(2,2,1)
plot(time(newTime1),[accVert2(newTime1),accLong2(newTime1),accLat2(newTime1)],'linewidth',1.2)
xlabel('time, s')
ylabel('acceleration m/s^2')
title('acceleration at t = 8s and t = 12s')
subplot(2,2,2)
plot(time(newTime2),[accVert2(newTime2),accLong2(newTime2),accLat2(newTime2)],'linewidth',1.2)
xlabel('time, s')
ylabel('acceleration m/s^2')
title('acceleration at t = 81s and t = 86s')
subplot(2,2,3)
plot(time(newTime3),[accVert2(newTime3),accLong2(newTime3),accLat2(newTime3)],'linewidth',1.2)
xlabel('time, s')
ylabel('acceleration m/s^2')
title('acceleration at t = 124s and t = 128s')
subplot(2,2,4)
plot(time(newTime4),[accVert2(newTime4),accLong2(newTime4),accLat2(newTime4)],'linewidth',1.2)
xlabel('time, s')
ylabel('acceleration m/s^2')
title('acceleration at t = 167s and t = 172s')
suleiman abdullahi on 27 Sep 2020
Thanks all for the suggestions. I would try to improve on Chris's points.

R2020b

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