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How can I represent a map with different with color value

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Ass
Ass on 16 Apr 2019
Commented: Ass on 16 Apr 2019
I have 4 array, in which first one is depth value, 2nd one is classification, and the last three columns are color value. I want to plot the classification with depth using this color value.
Z=[A B C]
A=[0.5 1 1.5 2.0 2.5 3];
B=[class1 class1 class2 class2 class1 class1]
C = [ 0.711991 0.987599 0.012401, 0.711991 0.987599 0.012401, 0.800533 0.565409 0.434591, 0.800533 0.565409 0.434591, 0.711991 0.987599 0.012401, 0.711991 0.987599 0.012401]
That means class1 will be represented by color value 0.711991 0.987599 0.012401 and class2 will represented by color value 0.800533 0.565409 0.434591. These classes want to plot with depth. Mainly, depth will be plotted against this color value which represents the various classification.

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KSSV
KSSV on 16 Apr 2019
Read about plot.....it takes input (x,y) and color vector 1*3.
figure
hold on
for i = 1:10
x = rand ;
y = rand ;
col = rand(1,3) ;
plot(x,y,'.','color',col,'MarkerSize',50)
end

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