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## Re: drawing line in graph

 From: Paul Kienzle Subject: Re: drawing line in graph Date: Mon, 4 Mar 2002 09:19:52 -0500

```This:

plot(rand(2,100),rand(2,100),";;")

is a lot faster than this:

plot(rand(2,1),rand(2,1),";;");
hold on; for i=2:100, plot(rand(2,1),rand(2,1),";;"); end; hold off

Paul Kienzle

On Sun, Mar 03, 2002 at 02:07:57PM +0100, Davide Cavallari wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 03, 2002 at 11:55:14AM +0100, Davide Cavallari wrote:
> > How can  I draw a  line between  2 points?
>
> ehm, that  was en error,  I can  draw a segment!  However, I need  to draw
> multiple segments on the same graph. For example, I have 4 points:
>
> a=[0,0]; b=[2,2]; c[4,0]; d=[4,2]
>
> and I want to join b with a and c and d. How can I do this?
>
> Finally, I will need to join this way a lot of points (I need to represent
> graphically a Kohonen Self-Organizing Map). Is  there a way to simply join
> a pair of points, then another pair and so, all on the same graph? In this
> way infact I could use an iterative procedure.
> --
> Cheers,
>     Davide Cavallari
> Blessed be those who initiate lively discussions with the hopelessly mute,
> for they shall be know as Dentists.
>
>
>
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