# How to plot all curves according to their XY coordinates?

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Nisar Ahmed on 14 Aug 2021
Commented: Nisar Ahmed on 27 Aug 2021
Hi,
In the figure attached below, each VT curve have XY cordinates. I want to plot these curves according to the XY coordinate position. How I can write my figure code. Suppose the X nd Y coordinates of first line (left side) are ''XY location X = 458158.62, Y = 6526223.5''. Similarly all the other curves have XY location values. How I can incorporate XY positions in such a way that these plots are according to respective coordinates.
Nisar Ahmed on 27 Aug 2021
Now I have z file as well. Please see the attached data:
I want to plot imagesc(d, TWTi, vp). I mean TWTi along y axis and is common for all vp curves. while d is the distance between each vp curve.
Adam Danz on 27 Aug 2021
Sorry, but I really don't know what the question is. If you want to plot imagesc(d, TWTi, vp), what's preventing you from doing so? And how does that relate to the line plot in your question?

Chunru on 27 Aug 2021
Edited: Chunru on 27 Aug 2021
vpmax = max(vp(:));
vpmin = min(vp(:));
vpave = mean(vp(:));
v = (vp - vpave)/(vpmax-vpmin) * deltad * 2 + d;
subplot(121)
plot(v, TWT1i);
set(gca, 'YDir', 'reverse');
xlabel('d');
ylabel('z');
subplot(122);
p = pcolor(d, TWT1i, vp);
p.EdgeColor = 'none';
axis ij
colorbar
Chunru on 27 Aug 2021
For example:
colormap(jet(512))
Nisar Ahmed on 27 Aug 2021
thanks

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