How to save x, y plot data in one variable

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joynjo
joynjo on 17 Jul 2018
Edited: Jitender Gangwar on 27 Jul 2018
I have x and y variable, then I plot it plot(x,y,'.'). I also have two functions (red line and black line). I need to save the x,y plot data into one variable for further processing i.e. show the data bigger or less the function only. Is there anyone can help, I'll very appreciate
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joynjo
joynjo on 18 Jul 2018
could you give example or reference?

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Jitender Gangwar
Jitender Gangwar on 27 Jul 2018
You can store the plot data as illustrated below
>> x = [1 2 3];
>> y = [4 5 6];
>> plotData = plot(x,y);
>> plotData
plotData =
Line with properties:
Color: [0 0.4470 0.7410]
LineStyle: '-'
LineWidth: 0.5000
Marker: 'none'
MarkerSize: 6
MarkerFaceColor: 'none'
XData: [1 2 3]
YData: [4 5 6]
ZData: [1×0 double]
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Now the variable "plotData" has an object with properties of the figure which contains the plot. You can now access the properties by using "." operator.
>> plotData.XData
ans =
1 2 3
>> plotData.XData(2) = 4;
>> plotData.XData
ans =
1 4 3
Hope this answers your concern and helps you.
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Jitender Gangwar
Jitender Gangwar on 27 Jul 2018
As it is correctly pointed out by @Adam, The data from the handle "plotData" needs to be stored before you destroy(OR close) the figure. This can be achieved as follows:
>> plotData = copy(plotData);
PS: Thank you @Adam for your help.

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