Creating a new plot every time there is a gap in data

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Pouya
Pouya on 19 Apr 2022
Commented: Pouya on 19 Apr 2022
Hi,
I have two sets of data for a day worth of a staellite measurment. y is the measurment that the satellite does and x is lattitude that the satellite is in. Since there are more than one orbit per day the lattitude value recycles every orbit. I want to make a simple plot (or a series of plots) that starts displaying (x,y) from the beginning but when there is gap in data (represnting the recycled orbit) worth of lets say 5 [degrees], it starts a new plot and so on.
Thanks,
Pouya.
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Pouya
Pouya on 19 Apr 2022
My appologies I rushed posting this question I should've clarified my question better.
Basically let's say we have variable x = 1 2 3 4 5 6 ... 360 1 2 3 4 5 6 ... 360 1 2... and y= y1 y2 y3 ...yn
Plotting x vs y using plot(x,y) will show all y values vs x.
My question is, how can I plot these data so that when there is a gap between the values of data x larger than 1, for example, it saves the previous plot and start a new one where x(i=366) vs y(i=366) is the first data point of the new plot?

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