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3D grouped bar graph

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friet
friet on 23 Oct 2016
Commented: ALEX CHICAIZA on 10 Nov 2020
Hi I have two grouped bar graphes. The first one is for x=1 and the second one is for x=2. I want to combine both at the same with a 3D view. My code is here
clear all
clc
close all
%at x=1
a=[11;7;14;11;43;38];
b=[11;13;17;13;51;46];
c=[9;11;20;9;69;76];
y1=[a b c];
%at x=2
d=[38;61;75;38;28;33];
e=[46;132;135;88;36;51];
f=[76;186;180;115;85;72];
y2=[d e f];
figure(1)
bar3(y1,'grouped')
title('Grouped Style')
ylabel('y1')
zlabel('z1')
figure(2)
bar3(y2,'grouped')
title('Grouped Style')
ylabel('y2')
zlabel('z2')
Any help is appreciated!
Thank you

Answers (2)

Sam Penwell
Sam Penwell on 12 Jun 2017
I ran into the same problem. I was able to solve it by using the Xdata of the plot as described for a different case here:
I would suggest you try this:
clear all
clc
close all
%at x=1
a=[11;7;14;11;43;38];
b=[11;13;17;13;51;46];
c=[9;11;20;9;69;76];
y1=[a b c];
%at x=2
d=[38;61;75;38;28;33];
e=[46;132;135;88;36;51];
f=[76;186;180;115;85;72];
y2=[d e f];
figure(1);
hold on;
%First x value
xval = 1;
h = bar3(y1,'grouped');
Xdat = get(h,'Xdata');
for ii=1:length(Xdat)
Xdat{ii}=Xdat{ii}+(xval-1)*ones(size(Xdat{ii}));
set(h(ii),'XData',Xdat{ii});
end
%Second x value
xval = 2;
h = bar3(y2,'grouped');
Xdat = get(h,'Xdata');
for ii=1:length(Xdat)
Xdat{ii}=Xdat{ii}+(xval-1)*ones(size(Xdat{ii}));
set(h(ii),'XData',Xdat{ii});
end
xlim([0 3]);
view(3);
title('Grouped Style')
xlabel('x');
ylabel('y');
zlabel('z');
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Tuhin Choudhury
Tuhin Choudhury on 5 Nov 2020
Thank you for this Sam Penwell, I was facing the same issue and your approach was very helpul.

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Massimo Zanetti
Massimo Zanetti on 24 Oct 2016
I think the only way is to group data into one matrix (bar2 groups data row-wise)
figure(1)
bar3([y1,y2],'grouped')
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ALEX CHICAIZA
ALEX CHICAIZA on 10 Nov 2020
Help I need similar but "stacked". How I can do it?

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