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Ploting every n-th result in a for loop

Asked by Piotr Haciuk on 5 Apr 2019
Latest activity Commented on by dpb
on 5 Apr 2019
Hi guys,
I'm plotting every result calculated using a for loop,
i'm using clf command to keep displaying new plot
the issue I have is 1000 iterations of the loop resulting in few minutes of showing the plots
Is there a way to 'speed-up' displaying it, i.e displaying every 10th plot instead of everyone?
Thank you
P.S. the code structure as follow:
clc; clear all
v=2;L=100;
for t=0:0.01/v:L/v
clf
%here some calculations
o=t*v;
plot(x,wd)
set(gcf,'units','normalized','outerposition',[0 0 1 1])
title(sprintf('time [s]=%4.1f / current position [m]=%4.1f',t,o ));
xlabel('Length of the beam [m]'); ylabel('maximum deflection [m]');
grid on
box on
ylim([-0.05 0.05]);
drawnow;
pause(.1);
end

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Answer by dpb
on 5 Apr 2019

v=2;L=100;
N=10;
for t=0:0.01*N/v:L/v
clf
...
To introduce a 10-fold reduction...

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What if I can't touch the 't' term to match the vector size required for calculations?
Any other way of reduction?
dpb
on 5 Apr 2019
Introduce a loop counting variable and logical test...

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