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Multi-Plotting at a Single Coordinate system

From: Fuertes, Dale A.
Subject: Multi-Plotting at a Single Coordinate system
Date: Mon, 2 Dec 2002 20:06:43 -0800 (PST)

Good Day!

Can anyone there teach me how to overlap different plots at a single coordinate system? Like in Matlab, typing 'hold' would work things out.

And is it possible to input functions in its actual form? For example:

g1=(s+1)/(s+3)/(s+5)^2 (This can be input in Matlab exactly the way it is)

But in Octave:

g1 = zp2sys([-1], [-3 -5 -5], 1)

I am looking forward to any help anyone can offer. Thank you very much.

Respectfully yours,

Dale A. Fuertes

Dale Arceo Fuertes
University of the Philippines
Yakal Residence Hall
Diliman, Quezon City
Philippines 1101
Mobile Number: +63917-4123902
Landline: +632-9205301 loc 5591

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