# I have seven different graphs in one script and I want to see all seven graphs in one screen what matlab command I can Use.

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Prateek Srivastava on 26 May 2017
f1=m1(:,1); r1=m1(:,2); i1=m1(:,3); mag1=sqrt(r1.^2+i1.^2); plot(f1,mag1); figure(1);
f2=m2(:,1); r2=m2(:,2); i2=m2(:,3); abs2=sqrt(r2.^2+i2.^2); figure(2); plot(f2,abs2);
f3=m3(:,1); r3=m3(:,2); i3=m3(:,3); abs3=sqrt(r3.^2+i3.^2); figure(3); plot(f3,abs3);
f4=m4(:,1); r4=m4(:,2); i4=m4(:,3); abs4=sqrt(r4.^2+i4.^2); figure(4); plot(f4,abs4);
f5=m5(:,1); r5=m5(:,2); i5=m5(:,3); abs5=sqrt(r5.^2+i5.^2); figure(5); plot(f5,abs5);
f6=m6(:,1); r6=m6(:,2); i6=m6(:,3); abs6=sqrt(r6.^2+i6.^2); figure(6); plot(f6,abs6);
f7=m7(:,1); r7=m7(:,2); i7=m7(:,3); abs7=sqrt(r7.^2+i7.^2); figure(7); plot(f7,abs7);

Do you mean one screen or one figure? Just move them around to see them on one screen. Or use the
Position
property of the figure to position them all programmatically in a tiled fashion.
Prateek Srivastava on 26 May 2017
I want to see all my graphs on one screen

Use subplot(m,n,p) function!

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Prateek Srivastava on 26 May 2017
should I write like subplot(figure1 ,figure2,........)

Image Analyst on 26 May 2017
Try this:
f1=m1(:,1); r1=m1(:,2); i1=m1(:,3); mag1=sqrt(r1.^2+i1.^2);
subplot(3, 3, 1);
plot(f1,mag1);
f2=m2(:,1); r2=m2(:,2); i2=m2(:,3); abs2=sqrt(r2.^2+i2.^2);
subplot(3, 3, 2);
plot(f2,abs2);
f3=m3(:,1); r3=m3(:,2); i3=m3(:,3); abs3=sqrt(r3.^2+i3.^2);
subplot(3, 3, 3);
plot(f3,abs3);
f4=m4(:,1); r4=m4(:,2); i4=m4(:,3); abs4=sqrt(r4.^2+i4.^2);
subplot(3, 3, 4);
plot(f4,abs4);
f5=m5(:,1); r5=m5(:,2); i5=m5(:,3); abs5=sqrt(r5.^2+i5.^2);
subplot(3, 3, 5);
plot(f5,abs5);
f6=m6(:,1); r6=m6(:,2); i6=m6(:,3); abs6=sqrt(r6.^2+i6.^2);
subplot(3, 3, 6);
plot(f6,abs6);
f7=m7(:,1); r7=m7(:,2); i7=m7(:,3); abs7=sqrt(r7.^2+i7.^2);
subplot(3, 3, 7);
plot(f7,abs7);

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Prateek Srivastava on 26 May 2017
I got it thanks a lot .But if you could help me once more, after this I need to find mode shapes if you could tell me how to do that.

Prateek Srivastava on 26 May 2017
I got it thanks a lot .But if you could help me once more, after this I need to find mode shapes if you could tell me how to do that.