Removing data that exceeds y limit in a plot

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Hello all,
I have this plot function which I use to plot data, I set the y axis range using ylim
figure(3)
hold on
plot(saved_x{i}, predicted_y{i})
ylim([-1e-5 1e-5])
hold off
The output looks like this:
I want to edit my script so that the plot eliminates the data that have y values out of this range [-1e-5 1e-5]
Meaning that only show the corresponding y values that are within the y range between -1e-5 and 1e-5.
Thank you so much!

Answers (1)

ANKUR KUMAR
ANKUR KUMAR on 13 Jul 2021
x=linspace(0,3*pi,200);
y=cos(x);
plot(x,y)
You can set range while calling the plot function. This is just an example. I am setting the limit as [-0.5,0.5]. You can change that as per your need.
plot(x(y>-0.5 & y<0.5),y(y>-0.5 & y<0.5))
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Hussein Kokash
Hussein Kokash on 13 Jul 2021
I tried it and it is giving me an odd shape just like your plot in the second image, I am trying to edit it and see how it becomes, I will let you know.
Thanks!

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