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## Plot, plane, point, line, sphere in same 3D plot. Multiple figures in same plot in Mathematica

Tag : development , By : Francis
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out How do I plot for example a plane and a line in same 3D plot? , Show and Plot3D can handle it. There are probably many other ways.
``````l = Line[{{-2, -2, 41}, {6, 4, -10}}];

Show[{Plot3D[{2 x + 7 y}, {x, -2, 5}, {y, -2, 5},  AxesLabel -> {x, y, z}],
Graphics3D[{Thick, l}]}]
``````

## Can I make multiple subplots in multiple Matlab figures within one loop?

Tag : matlab , By : Verbal
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue I want to export my data in two figures with four subplots each. But when I try to do this inside a loop it keeps printing only the second figure with four plots. And when I use figure, it prints eight figures with one plot each. Here is the part of code: , your loop needs to look somehow like this:
``````x = 1:2;
y = x;

f = 2;  %number of figures
c = 2;  %number of plots per column per figure
r = 2;  %number of plots per row per figure
n = repmat(cumsum(ones(1,r*c)),1,f);  %index for subplots
h = ceil( (1:f*r*c)/(r*c) ); %index of figures

for ii=1:f*r*c

% calculations

% plot specifier
figure( h(ii) )
subplot( r,c,n(ii) )

% plot
plot(x,y)

end
``````
``````f = 3;  %number figures
c = 3;  %number of columns per figure
r = 4;  %number of rows per figure
``````

## Matlab plot multiple figures without window

Tag : matlab , By : Liy
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help I am trying to plot with hidden Matlab figures to speed up my plotting: , I just learned that instead of calling figure(f) one should use set:
``````set(0, 'currentfigure', g);
``````
``````a=1:10; b=-a;
% make invisible plot window
f = figure('visible','off');
g = figure('visible','off');

% figure makes the plot visible again
set(0, 'currentfigure', f);
plot(a)
saveas(f,'newout','fig')

set(0, 'currentfigure', g);
plot(b)
saveas(g,'newout2','fig')

close all
openfig('newout.fig','new','visible')
openfig('newout2.fig','new','visible')
``````

## How to plot and save multiple Matlab figures in a loop without displaying

Tag : matlab , By : Mahyar Sepehr
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps Use clf to clear the contents of the current figure window before plotting the new data.
``````for i=1:N
clf
plot(...)
end
``````

## How to plot two figures in MATLAB

Tag : matlab , By : eataix
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM 