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Flipping one Y axis out of two

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Kushan
Kushan 2013년 6월 19일
Dear All,
I have got a data set, which has one independent variable (x) and two dependent variables(y1 and y2). I want to plot the data set in one figure as given below and *finally want to flip the y axis related to y2 up side down***.
Experts please help me out
x=1:10;
y1=x.*x;
y2=5*x+3;
figure();
scatter(x,y1,50,'.','r');
hold on;
bar(x,y2,'g')
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dpb
dpb 2013년 6월 19일
Use plotyy(), saving the handles. Choose the one of choice to set the y-axis direction on.

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lvn
lvn 2013년 6월 19일
I hope this is what you had in mind. To make sense of it, I think you need to display 2 Y-axis, the example below does that.
figure();
bar(x,y2,'g');
set(gca,'ydir','reverse');
ax1=gca;
set(ax1,'YColor','g'); axis([0 11 0 100])
ax2 = axes('Position',get(gca,'Position'), 'YAxisLocation','right', 'Color','none', 'YColor','r');
hold on;
scatter(x,y1,50,'.','r');
set(ax1,'YColor','g'); axis([0 11 0 100])

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Kushan
Kushan 2013년 6월 19일
Thanks :)
Its working

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