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HOW CAN I CHANGE THE COLOR OF DIFFERENT DATA?

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Pul
Pul on 25 May 2021
Edited: Pul on 12 Jun 2021
Hello everyone,
I should change the colour of red data: on the right I should use a color and on the left another one; is it possible?
Thank you!
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Uday Pradhan
Uday Pradhan on 28 May 2021
Hi Pul,
If you would like to color the vertical bars in an errorbar plot individually, you could try replicating the errorbar plot using the below script:
%Create dummy data and errors
x=1:30;
y=rand(length(x),1);
e=rand(length(x),1);
%Sprinkle some NaNs over the error data
e(randi(max(x),[1 10])) = NaN;
%Plot the data
figure
plot(x,y,'c');hold on;
%Choose length of the whisker for errorbars
inc = 0.25;
for i=1:length(x)
%Set your special condition to switch colors for the vertical bars
if mod(i,2) == 0
color = 'r';
else
color = 'k';
end
%Plot the vertical bar
plot([x(i) x(i)],[y(i)-e(i) y(i)+e(i)],'Color',color);
%Plot the whiskers
plot([x(i)-inc x(i)+inc],[y(i)-e(i) y(i)-e(i)],'Color',color);
plot([x(i)-inc x(i)+inc],[y(i)+e(i) y(i)+e(i)],'Color',color);
end
You could replace x,y and e with your data and set your criteria to color each bar differently. I hope this helps.

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