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How to plot a line over a specific interval?

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I am attempting to plot cubic splines for 5 points. I have 4 functions to match each segment, but I only want the interval of the line that applies to that segment to appear on my plot.
I have these four lines:
plot (x,g(1))
plot (x, g(2))
plot(x, g(3))
plot(x, g(4))
They appear as so:
This is correct, but i want g1 to ONLY show from -1 to -.5. g2 to ONLY show from -.5 to 0, etc.

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the cyclist
the cyclist 29 Jun 2020
편집: the cyclist 29 Jun 2020
Can you upload the data? Specifically, it is unclear to me what sort of data type g is.
Instead of plotting x, you'll want to do something like plotting
x(x>-1 & x<-0.5); % for g1
but I can't tell how to handle g1 without more info.
Also, it was unclear to me if the intervals are meant to be on x, or on g.

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madhan ravi
madhan ravi 29 Jun 2020
Probably you meant & instead of &&
the cyclist
the cyclist 29 Jun 2020
Yes, I edited it. Thanks.
Alexander Horton
Alexander Horton 30 Jun 2020
I ended up figuring everything out. I ended up using fplot, which let me put in an interval to show as an input.
fplot (@(x) (a(2).*(x-z(2)).^3+b(2).*(x-z(2)).^2+c(2).*(x-z(2))+d(2)), [-1 -.5], '-.r','linewidth',2);
Im sure this isnt the most efficient way but it got the job done haha.

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madhan ravi
madhan ravi 29 Jun 2020
ix = (g1 >= -1) & (g1 <= -.5); % follow the same for the rest
plot(x(ix), g1(ix))

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the cyclist
the cyclist 29 Jun 2020
The fact that OP wrote
g(1)
rather than
g1
made me hesitate to suggest this solution. We'll see.
madhan ravi
madhan ravi 29 Jun 2020
Haha me too , I hate suspenses xD.

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